The Procrastinator's Letterbox LbNA # 49277
|Placed Date||Jul 27 2009|
|Found By||Leapin' Lizards|
|Last Found||Jun 13 2010|
A procrastinator is one who will put off today what they can do tomorrow. Therefore, it seemed to make sense to put this "procrastinator's helper" along the Tomorrow River Trail. That way the procrastinating letterboxer really can get around to it. The Tomorrow River Trail is a State Trail, and therefore, if you plan to bike or use horses, you will need to purchase a trail pass for $4. Hiking and kids appear to be free.
Go east on HWY B off Highway 94. Turn left down Twin Tower. Park in the "Tomorrow River Trail" parking lot. Be sure to admire the perennial garden. Head east down the Tomorrow River Trail. After a short walk, you will get to the bridle path; go 25 steps down the bridle path starting at the post. You should find a little path going about 20 degrees. Follow it until you come to a field. Take 12 steps North, and then turn and take 24 steps to the East. (Back into the forest.) When you come to a long narrow clearing, look North. There are 3 fallen trees. Letterbox is under the northern most tree on the western length of the trunk.