Blue Jay Wants to Play LbNA # 38807
|Found By||civilguy (Attempted) |
|Last Update||Sep 22 2014 |
Can you find "Blue Jay?"
He is hidden at beautiful Wooster Memorial (a.k.a Spangler) Park in Wooster, Ohio. Wooster Memorial Park has over 300 pristine acres and wonderful trails looping alongside Rathborn Run and is a wonderful spot for letterboxing. (Located west of Wooster, off SR250, at the intersection of Jefferson and Silver roads.)
This box was hidden with children in mind, as it is part of an adventure for a group six-year-old Girl Scouts; but it should be a fun and quick find for anyone. Wooster Memorial Park should be noted on the map for its mosquito population-- it can be quite unbearable even in mild weather, so be prepared!
Begin your adventure at the parking lot. Find the Spangler Loop Trail straight ahead and hike 0.2 miles to the main trail head. You will continue left on Spangler Loop, as indicated by the blue arrows. After crossing a bridge you will begin to climb a hill. Do you see a cautionary sign? Be careful as you continue up the hill and take in the view! Round the corner and stop, facing the bench. Do you see a trail marker facing away from you? Walk to it. Notice the large fallen tree to the left that is lying parallel to the trail, as this is where Blue Jay made his nest.
Thank you for finding the box placed by Daisy Girl Scout Troop 210!