The Tree of Philosophy LbNA # 39256 (ARCHIVED)
|Owner||Orlando Art & About|
|Placed Date||Apr 25 2008|
|Found By||oldhounder & Siamese|
|Last Found||Mar 10 2009|
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THE TREE OF PHILOSOPHY
A modern steel and bronze tree with clean, sharp organic appendages. The branches appear to undulate and flow from the base. During the day, sunlight reflects off of its luminous silvery skin. The artist, Gretchen Lothrop, claims that metal is her true love, but she also often infuses her love for music and dance into the sculptures she creates in her North Carolina studio.
At this institute of higher education that stands for opportunity, one might be able to receive answers to philosophical questions. This piece of art can be found at the University of Central Florida main campus in the courtyard between HPA and HPA II buildings. There is short term metered parking in Lot B1 next to the buildings. Stop at the information center for a map.
Only one of these trees holds the answers you seek. Even though they both look a lot alike, the tree that blows outwards with the wind holds the Cache you are looking for. While admiring its beauty, you will notice a black sign. The third bush to your right (one giant step) is where you will find the answers you are looking for. The cache will be under a concrete paver.
Please make sure to not damage the plants in the area. Place the Cache back exactly where you found it for the next hunter who comes along.
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