O Canada (1 of 4)  LbNA # 41395 (ARCHIVED)

OwnerAdoptable    
Placed DateJul 1 2008
CountyAlberta, CAN
LocationCalgary, ALB
Boxes1
Planted ByGeoOdyssey    
Found By Obliterate Apron
Last Found Aug 14 2008
StatusFFaaa  
Hike Distance?

This series of letterboxes was placed for a Canada Day Treasure Hunt organized by Miss Ladybug and Mrs GeoOdyssey. It was so much fun! The first place team returned with filled passport and completed tasks in one hour sixteen minutes.

All letterboxes are placed in NW or central NE Calgary and are accessible 24/7. Each is in a sandwich sized Lock n Lock and contains a stamp, ink pad, pen and logbook but we recommend you bring your own pen and inkpads just in case (our ink pads are red, brown, black, and rainbow). Happy Hunting!

To find the general location:
• Write the lyrics to O Canada
• Number the words (i.e: Oh1 Canada2 our3 home4 etc)
• Write the first letter of the word on the corresponding line, if the number appears in brackets, write the last letter of that word on the line
• Congratulations – you know where you’re going.

___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___ ___
2 37 25 28 (32) (44) (35) 22 46 8 (11) 33 6
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9 46 (30) 42

Clues:
Go to the memorial, that’s where you’ll meet
Look for a circle of flags and a map in concrete.

A step is counted each time either foot hits the ground. Don't exaggerate your steps, just walk normally.

1. Stand on the bottom edge of the ramp facing the time capsule.
2. Turn 90 degrees clockwise
3. Take 18 steps
4. Turn 90 degrees counterclockwise
5. Take 67 steps
6. Turn 90 degrees left
7. Take one step for each province in Canada
8. Turn 90 degrees left
9. Take one step for each territory in Canada
10. Turn 90 degrees right
11. Take one step for each letter in “Saskatchewan”
12. Turn 90 degrees left
13. Take 19 steps
14. Continue straight 60 steps
15. Turn 90 degrees left, then another 45 degrees left
16. Take one step for each letter in Prince Edward Island
17. Look under the rocks near some very small trees

Optional Task:
Write a poem about Canada.