HoneyFest! LbNA # 53795 (ARCHIVED)
|Owner||Lex & Ses|
|Placed Date||May 31 2010|
|Last Found||Jun 5 2010|
|Last Edited||Nov 25 2015|
*****THIS BOX IS UNAVAILABLE AS OF July, 2010. SORRY!*****
"HoneyFest" by Lexiphanicism and (carved by) Sesquepedalian
Lithopolis is a village and the site of an old quarry about 20 miles Southeast of Columbus. If you've never been to its annual Honey Festival in September, you owe it to yourself to visit this sweet locale.
1. Start at the gate of the Lithopolis Cemetery. (You'll find it on the far Southeast side of town, at the intersection of South St. and the aptly-named Cemetery Road.)
2. Following the road, take the first right turn inside the cemetery, then take the next left turn, at "Berk."
3. Take another left at "Miller," and then left again to pass "Moneypenny," following the curve of the road.
4. Drive forward up the hill and park in the dead end beyond the "No Outlet" sign.
5. Look for a large monument nearby bearing the name "Harris." Walk to this monument, and stand on the "Dr. Needels" side.
6. Walk 32 paces up the hill on a bearing of 345 degrees to find "Miner." You will pass "Foor" about halfway up.
7. From "Miner," walk 15 paces down the hill on a bearing of 25 degrees, to a tall cypress tree.
8. The box is hidden behind a flat rock inside a hole at the base of the tree, on the West side. If you're not sure you have the right tree, look for "Hancock" about 2 paces to the North.
Please rehide well! Thanks for finding our box!