Mystery Breed # Seven LbNA # 44232 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Oct 26 2008|
|Found By||2 Peas in a Pod|
|Last Found||Apr 10 2010|
Mystery Breed # Seven 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 is described as a popular pet, as well as a religious necessity. Dogs approximating this breed are found in materials from the Pyramids of Cholula, predating 1530 and in the ruins of Chichen Itza on the Yucatan Peninsula. There is little question that this breed's principle home was present-day Mexico but the breeds immigration to Europe may be the result of the travels of Christopher Columbus.
Continue on from Mystery Breed # Six a little way past the last box and stop. Look up the hill on the left and see two green shrubs near the tombstone of Kline. You will find what you seek in the tree nearby.
First Finders Prize.
Please have your pets spayed or neutered.