Enchanted Dublin  LbNA # 49812

OwnerFast Breeze      
Placed DateAug 17 2009
CountyFranklin
LocationDublin, OH
Boxes1
Found ByBluevelvet
Last UpdateApr 18 2010

Clues

Update 6-2011

Our box is gone. Looks like it did not survive the flooding this spring. We may replace it or just retire it.



Go to the place, where once a year the sights and sounds of Ireland come alive. There is the musical isle, where children can frolic and the rhythmic sounds of yellow balls bounce through the valleys.

Continue past the crater where older lads and lassies learn to fly on planks of wood and wheels.

Parking just to the right, for the rest of your journey shall be on foot.


Head along the grassy path, to another Isle for children.
If you can see the house of the frozen pond or the enchanted swan lake, turn around, you have gone too far afield.

Seek the rock wall, with 48 arranged stones, in a semi circle, around a place, the wee ones can learn to fly like birds.

Stand in front of the semi circle and look ye towards the babbling brook, there is a path to the right or left.


***8/29/2009*** Visited the box last night and someone has built a structure of sticks on the path. The directions from this point either left or right ARE correct, but the path is blocked by this "web" like stick structure. You can go around, in the woods and still reach the prize!****


If you take the path to the RIGHT, follow it down the hill until you reach a fork, go to the right, and take approximately 20 steps, until you happen upon a large rock in the path.

Take 10 steps, until you happen upon a rock painted by the little people, next to it, is a pile of “moon rocks.” Your prize is buried under this pile.

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If you take the path to the LEFT, enter the woods near the bendy tree and a large flat stone. Take approximately 5 steps to a large “moon rock.”

Turn right and step over a large rock in the path.

Take 10 steps, until you happen upon a rock painted by the little people, next to it, is a pile of “moon rocks.” Your prize is buried under this pile.

You will need your own stamp pad for this letterbox, which is small, as it was place by little people.