Zeus' Best Friend LbNA # 37804 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Feb 3 2008|
YMCA Northwest branch, across the street from McNeil High School. Going away from Parmer, take a right into the facility, then take an immediate right into the parking lot. Park. Walk South East through their domestic meadow, playscape on left. Walking at 150° through the rock patch, walk over the first crushed granite pathway, continuing on. When the second granite path is reached, take a left and follow it up past the wood sitting bench on your left. Keep on through the oak patch and when the path begins to dogleg left again, keep straight along the barbed-wire fence, going north at 10°. Follow the fence all the way up on your right till it ends. Make a U-turn and go inside the fence line (don’t worry, it’s not illegal). Walk along the fence’s slight trail for 33 paces to an oak tree on your right. If you look up, there should be another big oak tree to your south east. Keep in the same direction at 170° along the ridge all the way to Christianity. The west pointing timber will point you down the hill to a “caged Hadrian’s wall”. Walk atop the rock snake all the way to the fence. Turn north and walk 5-6 paces. At the root of a cactus should be a mausoleum of rocks especially constructed for Zeus’ Best Friend. Recover, and make sure not to crush the top of the box in the process.