Chateau Brion LbNA # 44201 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Oct 25 2008|
|Last Found||Nov 8 2009|
Tucked into SE Portland, just a few blocks south of Foster Road, is a shady grove of nice tall Douglas Firs. The park is named after the outspoken editor of the Oregonian in the late 1800s and early 1900s, Henry W. Scott. On the east side of the tennis courts, there's a picnic table where you could sit and watch a match. The secret stash is inside the east end of the square tube supporting its benches, stuck to the top with a magnet. Please find and rehide the box discreetly, when you're sure nobody is watching!
Enjoy a shady picnic on a warm day, or just stop by for a quick addition to your log book!