Aloha and Do svidaniya LbNA # 31741 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Jun 5 2007|
|Found By||Traunfeld Trio|
|Last Found||Aug 18 2009|
|Last Edited||Dec 23 2015|
The name of the box is a big clue. There were 3 forts on Kauai. This is the only one named for a woman -- about 6 miles from Hanapepe.
After you determine the location, park in the parking lot and look at the directory/map near the parking lot.
Find the number 3 on the map. Go there. This is a walk we did easily with our small children maybe 1/10th of a mile. A wheelchair could probably make this journey -- gravel and dirt path -- but most likely another person would have to actually retrieve the box.
After you get to 3, face the river and you will see a warning sign posted on/near a tree. This sign warns you not to go down to the river. One of the numbered signs, 13, is leaning against this tree. Facing the river, at the base of this tree on its left hand side, near the leaning post 13, is a triangular rock. The box is hidden under the rock.
We planted a hitchhiker, too. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know how our box and hitchhiker are doing and let us know where the hitchhiker goes. We are eager to follow its journey.