Eclipse Soccer  LbNA # 51021

OwnerSilver Eagle      
Placed DateOct 20 2009
CountyFort Bend
LocationSugar Land, TX
Boxes1
Found ByMoralesfamily5 (Attempted)
Last UpdateJun 27 2014

Clues

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.

Directions:
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.

Clues:
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.