Fish Fries Are On Fridays - Year Round! LbNA # 46100
|Owner||Sunny Side Up|
|Placed Date||Mar 22 2009|
This box is the second in an occasional series on "Things I Learned When I Moved to Wisconsin".
You may want to wear boots or shoes that can handle mushy ground, as parts of this trail are low-lying.
Go downhill from the water pump at kraP dleW nilraC to the large deciduous tree by three evergreens. Take the trail at 220 degrees. It will make turns, but stay on the main trail, passing by the access trails to neighboring homes. You will go over two bridges. When you come to a W-tree in the middle of the path, take the trail at 141 degrees. You may notice that the last pine on your right has grown around a metal fence post. Later on there is a small tree growing in the middle of the path. When you get to a decision point, take the path at 56 degrees. The grass path will change to dirt, leaves and evergreen debris. You will find the fish in the sixth evergreen on your right, in the pine furthest from your path. Enjoy your Fish LB - any day of the week!