In Memory of Munchkin LbNA # 45574 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Feb 9 2009|
On January 23 of this year, my husband and I had to make the difficult decision to have our oldest cat put to sleep. We got him as a kitten and he gave us so many happy memories that I want to always have something of him out in the world. So this is his box. His name was Munchkin. He was 15 years old and was a wonderful, loving cat.
To find Munchkin's box, go to the Farbach-Werner Nature Preserve on Poole Rd, just off Colerain Ave. Park in the lot and walk toward the red barn. Take the Pin Oak Trail. Go past a small amphitheatre and a small grove of bamboo on your right. Keep walking until you see a pond with a wood deck overlooking it. Go around the pond, keeping the deck on your right. The trail will curve around to the right. Look for the sign that says The Perfect Home. Continue on the paved trail and look for the next sign. It says An American Robin Quiz. Go a bit farther and look for a wooden post with a sign on it that says Level 4 on your left. Step off the paved trail onto the dirt one and go straight. You will eventually see a bench on your left, then another sign that says Pin Oak Trees. Just beyond that there is a wooden bridge. Stop just before the bridge and look to your right. About 15 feet off the trail you will see a huge double trunked tree. Munchkin's box is nestled between them, covered with leaves. If there is nothing to cover the box (probably in the summer), please place it just behind the tree on the opposite side of the trail. There is a stamp, ink pad and notebook inside. I have also added a picture of Munchkin. I hope it makes you smile.
Please rehide the box so it cannot be seen, and think of Munchkin when you find it.