Copper Frog  LbNA # 37407 (ARCHIVED)

Placed DateApr 6 2007
LocationGlastonbury, CT
Planted ByChrisBob    
Found By Traveln Turtle
Last Found Jun 1 2011
Hike Distance?

Make your way to Glastonbury’s old landfill, aka Rotary fields, its off of Olde Stage road. This is a very short walk; it shouldn’t take more then 5 minutes. [This may not be the best place to go during soccer and baseball seasons it gets very busy.]

Head toward the back of the fields to the right, before the last green bench you will see a small path going up hill(in growth months be careful of prickers & poison ivy:( ), take it to the top where you will find a “Y” tree (splits around 5ft up). From the tree take a reading of 300ş you will see a log about 14 steps away(step over it, or go around), from there go down hill, heading north at about 30 steps you will be next to a larger double trunked tree on your right, 5ft behind that you will find a stump that is about 3-4ft high, under which you will find Copper Frog. Keep an eye out for her three eyed friends. Please re-hide carefully, and cover completely. If you keep going the path turns to the right before entering pines and will take you out to the playground.

If you go behind home plate of the farthest field there are a few trail(s) that lead onto neighboring properties, and also looks like they finished building a pathway and bridge to the road and open space behind the fields. I might move the frog/toad over to the gravel path and add another box here… if I ever put my idea to rubber.