This Little Piggy - Un  LbNA # 52941 (ARCHIVED)

Placed DateApr 8 2010
LocationRochester, MN
Found By a silk hill spy
Last Found Oct 7 2011
Hike Distance?
Last EditedOct 10 2015

Difficulty – Easy
10 Minute walk (roundtrip)

Updated: 05/04/11 – Stamp has been replaced and box moved to new location. Clues updated.

This little piggy decided instead of going to the market that he would head for one of the many small family parks that exist in Rochester. This little piggy lived on the Stoppel Farm. On leaving the farm, he headed left and immediately saw a quiet street on the right that went into a development named after a small sly animal. He continued straight up the hill and into a traffic circle. He went around and around and around the traffic circle, getting a little dizzy, when he finally saw a playground! He ran straight for the playground on a paved path but there were too many little children squealing with glee. This little piggy decided to follow the paved path until it ended at some tennis courts. He turned to his right and walked down the slop and followed a dirt path into the woods. He followed the path as it curved to the left. He noticed a small blue circle with the number 424 on a tree. He came upon a T in the path and decided to head left. He continued down this path until he came to a fallen tree blocking his way.

He stepped over the fallen tree, and looked at the left side of the path where he saw a thin 4 foot tall stump. He turned 90 degrees to his left so that he was standing to the right of the stump. He then walked into the trees about 10 steps towards another 4 to 5 foot thin stump just off to his right. He stood there looking and saw a broken tree laying against its stump about 15 more steps into the woods on the left. He walked back along side the fallen tree until he came to the end where it split in half. By now this little piggy was tired so he climbed under the split portion of the main tree and curled up to take a nap.

There are deer in this park so don’t be surprised if you look up and see a deer watching you!!

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