Milk LbNA # 30025 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Apr 6 2007|
|Last Edited||Dec 16 2015|
MISSING as of Jan. 2009
I do not know if or when I will be able to replace this one.
Milk is hidden at Superstition Farms in Mesa. The Farm offers tours and other activities for the whole family. View their web site to get directions to the farm at http://www.superstitionfarmtours.com/home.html
The owners were very accommodating and patient in answering all our children's questions about farming and cows, this alone was enough to recommend visiting the farm but there are many other aspects as well that make it worth a trip.
The Milk stamp was designed by my three year old. I was carving another stamp and he wanted to carve also. I asked him to draw something and I would carve it, he drew a little shape and when I asked him what it was he said "MILK" and it was so cute I had to carve it. Then when I found out we would be visiting the dairy I knew I had to plant there. My young artist also helped me hide as well so here are the clues:
Park in the third parking spot to the east of the metal building that is north-west of the farm house. When I visited Friday on the Farm there was an entrance sign near this building but it looked as if it can be moooved around so I didn't want to make that a definite landmark in my clues however just to the left of the entrance sign were two old milk cans next to an antique plow looking thing. If you locate these, three parking spaces to the east will be a creosote bush lined with old railroad ties. Milk is resting in an altoids tin under some rocks on the north side at the base of this creosote.