Butterfly Express LbNA # 54504
|Placed Date||Jul 7 2010|
|Last Found||Sep 15 2012|
The first time we rode the Hiawatha Trail, (which was about the 3rd week of July) there were so many butterflies that they landed all over us. Here are your clues to finding the first box we have ever hidden:
On the side where the sun sets,
Of the tunnel named after a converted Saul,
There is a babbling brook,
Headed by a waterfall.
Ascend a rocky path to the top,
Until to a stone wall you stop,
Behind the tree in a crevice you must peer,
The Butterfly letterbox is here.
*NOTE: it is NOT the dangerous looking path that goes to the top of the tunnel. Good luck!