Powerball! LbNA # 49050
|Placed Date||Jul 15 2009|
#03 When in the course of this hiking event it becomes necessary for one to select a path which forks with another, it is required for one to walk thirty-three steps at three hundred and thirty-three degrees to a rock neighboring two baby evergreens.
#37 This one has been known to be tricky. Proceed toward the highest station in the land. At a gigantic cairn, proceed thirty steps onward. Then, diverge twenty steps at one hundred forty-two degrees. Look at your feet beneath the rock flanked by bear grass on the right and a rhododendron on its left.
#33 This one's Da Bomb! Reaching the summit, look at the dripline of the last Mountain Hemlock on the left. Move the small stones to the left of a larger, flat rock.