Myster Breed # One LbNA # 44220 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Oct 26 2008|
|Found By||Sirius Star Gazer|
|Last Found||Apr 18 2009|
Mystery Breed # One is hidden in Faurot Park in Lima, Ohio. This pretty park is on St. Rt. 117, which can be accessed from I-75 by exiting on 309 at exit 125. Just follow 117 through town and you'll eventually see Faurot Park, and next to it the Woodlawn Cemetery which also now has a number of boxes.
The object of the "Mystery Breed" game is for you to contact me via Atlas Quest email after you have found the box to let me know which breed of dog is represented by this stamp!
Here is a partial history according to AKC: This is the fastest breed of dog, and its most famous owner was General George Custer, who owned forty of them. The name is derived from "Graius", meaning Grecian, and the old British grech or greg, meaning dog.
Park in the small parking lot of Faurot Park near the corner of 117 and Northshore Rd. You should have a clear and nearby view of Woodlawn Cemetery.
Exit your vehicle and walk toward the small shelter house, and then follow the path to the left. As the end of the trail nears you will notice a likely looking hidey-hole in a tree to your right.