A giant Indian LbNA # 45227
|Placed Date||Jan 10 2009|
|Found By||Hello From Bakersfield|
|Last Found||Apr 2 2017|
|Hike Distance||.1 mi|
|Last Edited||Mar 21 2017|
If you want to experience some honky tonk, good ol' old fashioned country Bakersfield fun, let the giant indian be your guide...
Your destination is the Old Corral Cafe. It is way out in the outskirts and hills of Bakersfield at 4310 Alfred Harrell Hwy, Bakersfield, CA 93308. (next to Frontage Road)
Park in the big dirt parking lot at the Old Corral Cafe. If you see a giant Indian extending his arm for a very warm welcome, you know you are in the right place. Go up to the Indian and wave a nice big howdy hello back to him!
Take a picture, this is worth remembering!
Turn right so you are facing the Old Corral Cafe. Walk toward the fun (the cafe).
Walk down the cement path along side the building and stop at the entrance.
Stop in for some boot scootin' boogying!
After you have had enough honky tonk fun for the day, exit the cafe.
Turn left out of the main entrance and walk toward a tree. A white propane tank will be on your left and two rusty pillars near the road will be on your right.
Walk through those two rusty pillars to cross the street.
Be careful upon crossing the street and make sure to look both ways! Once it is all clear, you may cross.
On your left, you will see a bike lane sign and a white gate. Walk toward the gate. Stop at the two wooden pillars leading to the horse trail.
Make sure to watch out for the horse poo!
Go to the pillar on the right (the larger of the two pillars).
Next to this wooden pillar at the entrance of the horse trail, you will find a pile of rocks.
What you are looking for is buried under those rocks. When finished, don't forget to cover it back up!
Thanks for visiting and make sure to wave a farewell to our giant Indian friend!