Leaf Trail  LbNA # 48156

OwnerAdoptable    
Placed DateJun 14 2009
CountyMiddlesex
LocationEast Hampton, CT
Boxes4
Planted Bymcdippyfinn    
Found By Flutterby Flew By
Last Found Dec 3 2009
StatusFFFFF  
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Box #2 is currently being referbished

DIRECTIONS: HEAD ONTO EITHER WHITE BIRCH RD (EAST HAMPTON) OR HEAD OFF ON EXIT 12, ROUTE 2, AND TAKE A LEFT ONTO PORTLAND RESEVOIR (MARLBOROUGH), THEN DRIVE TO THE CORNER OF THE TWO ROADS. THERE IS A YELLOW GATE SET BACK INTO THE TREES. PARK ON THE SIDE OF THE TRAIL WITHOUT BLOCKING THE PATH (REQUIRED BY LAW).

CLUES: HEAD YOUR WAY DOWN THE TRAIL UNTIL YOU REACH A TRIO OF TREES CONNECTED AT THE STUMP ON YOUR LEFT. FROM HERE, TRAVEL 26 PACES AWAY FROM THE TRAIL. YOU WILL COME TO THE END OF A ROTTED, FALLEN TREE. FROM HERE GO 15 PACES TO THE RIGHT. HERE IS WHERE THE BOX OF OAK IS. NOW RETURN TO THE TRAIL. CONTINUE ON AND SPOT THE TREE MARKED WITH STATE LAND SIGNS AND TWO YELLOW STRIPES ON THE RIGHT. REMEMBER THIS SPOT. ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE PATH, YOU'LL FIND A HALF BURRIED TIRE. REMEMBER THIS SPOT. A LITTLE DEEPER IN THE WOODS THERE WILL BE FIVE TREES, ALL CONNECTED AT THE STUMP. REMEMBER THIS SPOT. DO YOU STILL REMEMBER? ALL OF THESE LANDMARKS WILL FORM A TRIANGLE AND THE BOX WILL BE IN THE MIDDLE, BURRIED UNDER A LOG. THIS IS THE BOX OF MAPLE. KEEP YOUR EYES TO THE LEFT, BECAUSE THE THIRD POSTED SIGN YOU SEE THERE IS THE BEGINING OF THE NEXT BOX. LOOK INTO THE ROCK WALL, NEXT TO THE TREE WITH THE POSTED SIGN, AND YOU'LL FIND THE BOX OF ELM. LASTLY, NOT TO FAR AWAY IS A SMALL CLEARING. LOOKING STRAIGHT INTO THE CLEARING IS A TREE THAT HAS A PECULIER LANDMARK. AT THE BASE OF THE TREE IS THE BOX OF BIRCH. YOU FOUND THEM ALL. NOW YOU CAN HEAD BACK TO YOUR CAR OR HAVE LUNCH ON ONE OF THE MANY FALLEN LOGS. WHATEVER YOU CHOOSE, ENJOY YOURSELF!