Crypto Carolina Thunderbird LbNA # 39835
|Placed Date||May 12 2008|
|Found By||Angel Winks|
|Last Found||Aug 12 2011|
The Thunderbird is a mythological creature common to Indigenous peoples of North America. It is a popular concept in northwestern coastal artwork of indigenous origin, often appearing on totem poles
Since all of the flying monkeys are cryptozoologists and 3/4 of the flying monkeys are navajo, the thunderbird is our secondary mascot. To find the thunderbird,
CLUE: Shallotte Township District Park
Park at field 3 close to the red picnic table to the left of the field. See where the wood fence begins? Go stand next to it with your left hip at the start of the post and your back facing the road. Walk forward 15 paces to the red striped holly tree. Go to the yip-yip tree on the left. Look straight ahead at the very large loblolly pine. Walk to it, Walk to the Cedar tree. Behind this tree look straight ahead. There is a tree with legs, and to the left of it thereis a headless , woodpeckered tree. Look in the roots of the tree with legs to find the thunderbirds roost. Not high traffic, but buggy!
What is a YIP-YIP TREE ? This one is for those parents that were brought up on sesame street in the 70's. Yip yip yip yip brrrrr RING. brrrr RING . Check youtube if you dont get it!