Pushing Up Daisies #83 LbNA # 50755
|Placed Date||Sep 28 2009|
|Last Update||Apr 30 2011|
I've been told the book is missing in this one. This was planted on a road trip so I can't get back to it. If anyone could add a book, it would be greatly appreciated. I use long strips of paper - about 1 1/2" wide would do it for this pill "box".
Find your way to the Old Grey Cemetery on N. Broadway.
Old Gray Cemetery, incorporates in 1850, is the resting place of William G. Brownlow, Tennessee Governor and U.S. Senator, as well as two other U.S. Senators, eight U.S. Congressmen, 26 mayors of Knoxville, and numerous ambassadors, judges, editors, artists, authors, educators, military leaders, physicians, and industrialists. It is named in honor of Thomas Gray (1716-1771), the English poet who wrote "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard.
Enter through the main gate and take your first right, then zig zag down the hill. Go right. You’ll come to a corner with a couple of steps. This is a good spot to park. Walk NE. Keep going till you cross the road. Pass McCoy and Meeks and you’ll be at the wall between two bushes. Look three rows up, just above and to the right of the seam in he third row, and behind the small stone. Cover well when you’re done.