Hit and Run Arf  LbNA # 41051 (ARCHIVED)

Placed DateJun 20 2008
LocationBoulder, CO
Found By KiliMama
Last Found Jul 12 2009
Hike Distance?

Hit and Run Arf
Clue Difficulty: Easy
Terrain Difficulty: Easy
Number of Boxes: 1
Wheel Chair & Stroller Accessible: Yes
Other Wheels: Bikes only if you dismount
Dogs: No
Hand Carved Stamp: Yes
Logbook: No
Ink Pads or Pens: No

Special Notes: This is one of my Hit & Run Letterboxes. I like to call it a Hit and Run because these boxes are very quickly put together and planted. Because these magnetic boxes are so small and not completely waterproof (I discovered this past winter) they do not contain logbooks. Please make sure to log in your find so I know the status of the box. Please use your very best super sleuth seeking skills to not draw unwanted attention.

Location: Pearl Street Mall, between 1200 and 1300 blocks. There is street or garage parking for a small fee.

Additional Information: The Pearl Street Mall (also referred to as Pearl Street, Downtown Boulder or just simply Downtown) is a four block pedestrian mall in Boulder, Colorado. The pedestrian area stretches from the 1100 to the 1400 blocks of Pearl Street (inclusive) and is home to a number of locally-owned and operated businesses and restaurants as well as the Boulder County Courthouse.

Clues: Once you have parked locate the “Little Bug Bridge” that is situated between the Peppercorn Store and Art Master Store on the 1200 block of the Pearl Street Mall. Sit down on the wood step on the southeast side of the bridge facing the Peppercorn Store. That is the right hand side of the bridge. Hidden up under the bridge where the first black metal post attaches to the bridge base you will find this pooch waiting for you. Although dogs are no longer allowed on Pearl Street Mall this little fellow snuck in. As this is an incredibly busy mall please, please, please step away from the bridge to log in your find and then use your very best super sleuth skills to re-hide.

Should you note the box missing, its contents in bad repair or if you just want to say “hi” please contact me at Blackvelvetrav@yahoo.com. Happy hunting!