On the Case LbNA # 31418
|Placed Date||Apr 30 2007|
|Found By||Peace Mom (Attempted)|
|Last Update||Jun 2 2008|
From the street named after a Magnolia, north on Beaman to Gate # nueve (a little Spanish lingo there, he-he). Look a-round for the ETDC.
Go inside and if the Madagascar cockroach is on display on the counter, you can be thankful you only have to contend with the common German cockroach!
At the major point of declension (or ascension) march at bearing 120 degrees to the "T". When you are at the right spot, there will be a tie to the west, a bump at 15 degrees, and staff at 180 degrees.
The ETDC is open daily, M-F from 9-5. and 10-5 on Saturdays. They do not have to be open to retrieve the box. During occassional special events (ex. car rallys) at adjacent areas, you might not be able to access the area. There are picnic tables here, as well. Box thankfully planted with permission. Be stealthy! and rehide this great stamp with great care.