Play-doh LbNA # 46186
|Placed Date||Mar 25 2009|
|Last Found||Jul 26 2012|
In the Four Corner’s city of Farmington, New Mexico you can find a wonderful book repository by going north off the 20th street onto the City’s avenue toward a large cottonwood tree. Turn left after the tree and find a place to stop for a moment. Look across the rolling hills and grass, enjoy the painted horses in the distance. Find a wavy path that will take you past the “Reflection” in bronze and follow it. There is a street light along this path on the backside of “Reflection”, the open backpack is pointing to this light post among the landscape of river rocks. Play-Doh is planted deep in the river rocks below the word embossed on the south side of this light.
Please be very discreet, this can be a busy place and the grounds are well kept. Do a good job of putting things back the way you found them. Enjoy the beauty of this area.
Once you have enjoyed the grounds of the repository, go take a peek inside. The words "Summer Solstice" and "Winter Solstice" are engraved at precise locations on the rotunda floor and are highlighted by the sunlight passing through a small window exactly on those dates.
Please carry out more trash than you carry in!