Diamonds Are Forever LbNA # 33034
|Placed Date||Jul 15 2007|
|Last Found||Oct 4 2015|
|Last Edited||Oct 8 2015|
Diamonds are usually know as a girl's best friend, but there are diamonds that appeal to the boys too. Tens of thousands of little boys yearn for diamonds, especially during the long summer months.
This box is located in Houston's Memorial Park. Take Loop 610 to the Galleria Area. Take the Woodway Dr. exit and turn East on Woodway Dr. Stay in the right hand lane. Drive past the Houston Arboretum and follow the road to the right as it splits. You will see a parking lot on the right hand side of the road near the baseball fields. Park here.
Cross the wooden bridge, turn left and follow the trail past the field and bleacher on the right. When you come to a junction you will see trail markers for the purple trail on your right, the yellow trail straight ahead and the red trail to the left. From the junction turn left and walk in the general direction of the red trail but do not follow it. Go 27 steps and look to the left for a decaying stump a few steps off the trail (there are two stumps on that side, go to the second one). Diamonds Are Forever is located on the far side of the stump partially buried under a large section of bark. Please rehide and recover well and let me know how it is doing.