Trail of Fears: Scoleciphobia LbNA # 43543
|Placed Date||Sep 21 2008|
|Last Update||Jul 2 2012|
It is well known that letterboxing has helped many people with their
physical problems. This Trail of Fears series is designed to help deal with mental
ones as well. Some commonly occurring irrational hangups can be
overcome by employing the highly successful treatment known as
"encounter therapy". Compared to consulting a psychiatrist, you can
amortize the cost of your gas for letterboxing in one easy session.
Scoleciphobia, the fear of worms, can also be vanquished by fishing, but letterboxing is faster.
To get to the box find the Alta Avenue bridge over the Cannon River between Rice and Dakota counties. Running NE along the south side of the river is Sciota Trail. About 2000' from the intersection of Alta and Sciota there will be a small place to park by the river. As you walk the short distance to the river you'll notice several rocks, slabs and concrete blocks to the right of the trail under which you can find our squiggly friends. Keep looking until
you find the right one. Bring your own ink pad and just use
one of the worms as a stamp. It won't mind.
Recently found: Friday, 13 May 2011