Mary's Mugs: Four Queens LbNA # 46043 (ARCHIVED)
|Owner||Sunny Side Up|
|Placed Date||Mar 21 2009|
|Last Found||Apr 17 2010|
*****BOX PULLED 6/3/12 DUE TO COMPROMISED LOCATION******
Greetings, Letterbox Seekers! I am the Royal Physician, Dr. Nhoj S. Namrag. I stand at the entrance to the Royal Preserve awaiting your arrival to lead you to the where the Four Queens are enthroned. Trek on over to a town who's namesake was where a little emperor experienced a big defeat. If you follow the quick brown animal who jumps over the lazy dog, you will soon see me. Greet me as you pass by to where the Lords and Ladies in their year-round verdant finery part to let you pass. Head off at 240 degrees for a long walk along the mulched paths. Your total trip will about 30 minutes. The Queens saw the first bench, but did not deem it suitable for their throne. So up the steep hill they went. Now they thought this next bench is a good resting spot before tackling the next steep hill. The Queens were pleased to see after a bit the Four Corners. And a third bench. They like the number four, so they continued on - in the direction lined by more of the Lords and Ladies in their year-round verdant finery. Ah, there is the fourth bench - and up ahead, a decision point. They headed down the path at 4 degrees. Shortly they spied a Royal Oddity for this Preserve - a sawed off stump pointing roughly towards that fourth bench. At the Oddity, they headed off trail at 91 degrees to where a large hollow stump was sitting next to a living tree, with lots of downed trees nearby. There is a spot for you to sit in the Royal Court. Your Queens are enthroned at the north side of the base a large, slightly mossy log pointing off at 57 degrees.
Please be respectful of your Queens, for they rather like this hill top. Please rehide them well, so that others may make the pilgrimage.