Moose is Loose...in Ellsworth LbNA # 33173 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Jul 19 2007|
|Last Found||Jul 6 2009|
|Last Edited||Sep 14 2015|
AS OF 6/10/09:all three GOOD AND BACK IN PLACE
Our dog, Moose the Wonder Beagle, has broken free AGAIN and is now running loose in several of the beautiful gardens of Ellsworth. Help us find her by checking Moose’s favorite flowery spots.
****NOTE:THESE ARE MICROBOXES [small film canisters and rather well hidden]*****
BOX1:SK Whiting Park
Go to the SK Whiting Park at the corner of High and Main Streets. As you park in the parking area beside and closest to the park, you will find a tree with three trunks in one base. The microbox is to be found at the base, covered in tar hunks. Please re-hide this well, maybe even more hidden at the base of the tree under the tar hunks. I am nervous that this one may not last long.
Go to Merrill Park. This is a very small park, between parking areas, located on Franklin St between the cross streets Main and Pine. The box is located in the lamp post further back towards the woods, sitting on top of the cement block under the black post casing.
BOX3:Donald A Little Park
Go to Donald A Little Park on State Street. It is on the right side of the road, after the Ellsworth Library but before the Middle School with the great playground out front. There are 2 granite slabs to take a rest on. One has an end which you would NOT want to sit on-ouch. The other slab is inviting wherever you choose to sit. You choose to sit in the middle, facing the center pine tree surrounded by flowers. Beneath your feet, under the slab and covered with little rocks is the box.
These are my first micro boxes ever. Please let me know what you think!