Eclipse Soccer LbNA # 51021
|Placed Date||Oct 20 2009|
|Location||Sugar Land, TX|
|Last Found||Jul 18 2010|
Terrain Difficulty: Easy (flat, 600 yards RT)
Status: reported missing (6/30/14)
My daughter Running Rain has been playing soccer for the Eclipse Soccer Club for many years, so I thought it was time to dedicate a box to her endeavor, and since she practices at Lost Creek Park, I thought it would be a good place to put it. Along with several soccer fields, the park has a playground, BMX track and access to the 3 mile Oyster Creek Trail. The trail connects with Oyster Creek Park, another nice park containing my Sugar Land Letterbox.
From Hwy 59, exit Hwy 6 and go south for about 1.5 miles. Turn left on Settlers Way and go about 1/2 mile. Turn right on Lost Creek Blvd and go to end of road, and enter park. Turn left and park at the far end of parking lot.
Get on the sidewalk and head north for about 100 yards to Y jct. Go right past the emergency call box and continue for another 200 yards to a dirt path on the right by light pole #21. Walk down the path for about 33 steps. Turn right and walk 7 steps on a side path to a small tree on right with many vines. The minibox is hanging on the back side about 5 feet high. Please rehide as described. The box is a pill container and is permanently attached to the tree, so remove the top by pushing down while turning counter-clockwise. When replacing the top, make sure to screw it on all the way and check to make sure it doesn't come off if you lift up on it.