Five LbNA # 40237
|Placed Date||May 26 2008|
This is one of a bunch of geometric patterns that I couldn't come up with a more interesting name - then I thought Five, why not, five is an interesting number, five days a week of work, five fingers, five toes, five senses, high five - you get the idea. Add your own five ideas to the log book.
Take 360 to the Wild Basin Preserve. It is south of the Scenic Overlook.
It’s open from sun-up to sun-down so you can plan your trip accordingly. Follow the gravel path to the parking areas. Pass the iron snake and park on your right if there is an open spot. Visit the information kiosk and you’ll see there are many different trails to visit. There is a $3.00 fee. Go up to the visitor’s center and have a look around. If you forgot your water they have some for sale.
From the south exit of the visitor’s center the trail begins. You can take the trail from either point but from the south entrance you begin at marker 1. Follow the Trail around and if you get tired there are benches to rest upon at markers two and three. Follow the trail - Arroyo Vista – to marker number 5 6.
There is no bench here but you will find a rock just behind you as you look at the marker. Have a seat and rest a spell. As you face the marker your right arm can find the box, which is located to the right, under the rock you are on, hidden by another. Recover well.
Day and Night—Creation Series Box 1/7 – is located along this same trail.