Search for the Past Box LbNA # 51981
|Placed Date||Jan 10 2010|
|Location||San Francisco, CA|
|Planted By||Agent F-Word|
|Last Found||Mar 1 2010|
With all the alarmist reports of the death of reading and the demise of public services, where better to hide a letterbox than behind the least-read book in the San Francisco public library system?
Alas, the SFPL does not keep records of the least-circulated book in the system, so I had to guess. I figured on something old - prehistoric - fossilized, even! And something requiring digging - something buried in the lowest stratum of the shelving.
Search the lower spines til you find a particularly ancient tome - a dark blue-green, trilobite-decorated, a white call number ending in 2 - draw it out carefully (paleontologists are always careful) and find the buried artifact behind!
(Cross-posted at http://spacehijackers.co.uk/letterboxing/)