The Forbidden Path LbNA # 32801 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Jul 8 2007|
|Planted By||Weeping Willow|
|Last Found||Dec 23 2009|
The Forbidden Path is a stamp carved in honor of my very first Letterbox adventure, only 6 months ago. It is named for the location of my first foray into the wild, on a cold, wet, winter, New York day. The Path itself is a phenomenal bit of Native American history. If ever you are in Upstate NY, it is worth the hike and the time.
Ocmulgee Heritage Trail - River Walk, Macon Ga
1. Park in the closest lot to the entrance of the park.
2. Facing the river, follow the trail to your Right.
3. Walk under the highway overpass and continue to follow the trail.
4. Continue your walk until you can see the Rose Hill Cemetery across the River. If you look carefully, you’ll see the hiding spot of The Great Locomotive Chase – the Texas, across the River, by the tracks.
5. Walk a little bit further and you will see a footbridge. Walk to it, but not over it! Instead, very carefully climb over the bricks on the right side of the bridge and look under the bridge. You will find The Forbidden Path Hidden there, under 2 large rocks.
6. The first finder will also find a HH starting his journey from the Forbidden Path