Mary's Mugs: The King's English LbNA # 46066
|Owner||Sunny Side Up |
|Placed Date||Mar 21 2009|
|Location||Lake Mills, WI|
|Found By||The Dragon |
|Last Update||Jul 15 2011 |
You will find The King's English in kraP ekaL kcoR. Go to the furthest north part of the parking lot on the north side of Highway B. From there, head out (on foot!) to the left or north, skirting the hill. Shortly you will come up to a mound in the path. Head off at 254 degrees, over some rocks, where the trail is more easily discerned. At the triangle, stay left. Hike a short while until you see a horseshoe shaped kettle on your right. Spy the V-tree that splits again into two little V's. With that tree at 14 degrees, the no-longer-evergreen tree will be directly behind it. Now, your challenge is to figure out a way to that tree - the kettle walls are rather steep, so be careful. Once at the no-longer-evergreen tree, you will find the King's English within two feet, under the bottom slab that is under the angled tree.
The King would really appreciate you taking good care of his box - and now I bet you know exactly how he'd say it! :)