Mystery Breed # Five LbNA # 44226 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Oct 26 2008|
|Last Found||Sep 26 2009|
Mystery Breed # Five is hidden in Woodlawn Cemetery in Lima, Ohio. This beautiful old cemetery 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 Woodlawn Cemetery, and across from it the Faurot Park, which also now has a couple of boxes.
The object of the Mystery Breed boxes is for you to email me at Atlas Quest after you have found the box to let me know if you can identify which breed of dog the stamp represents!
Here is a little information regarding this breed from AKC: This breed possesses in marked degree those characteristics which equip it admirably to follow a trail over and through difficult terrain. It is a short-legged dog, heavier in bone, size considered, than any other breed of dog, and while its movement is deliberate, it is in no sense clumsy. In temperament it is mild, never sharp or timid. It is capable of great endurance in the field and is extreme in its devotion.
Continue on from Mystery Breed # Four over the bridge and taking the Y to the left. On the left hand side near the Hurlburt tombstone, with the Edmond tombstone on the right, you will see a large tree sitting very near the road on the left. In order to find Mystery Breed # Five, you will need to look low but reach up.
First finders prize included.
Please have your pets spayed or neutered.