Organ Pipe Cactus Monument Webbox LbNA # 55641
|Placed Date||Sep 12 2010|
Walking distance: 1.5 miles loop trip
Trail difficulty: slightly moderate, rocky trail with a few slightly steep ups and downs
The answers to the questions in the clues for this webbox are located in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument in southern Arizona. Letterboxes are not allowed to be physically placed in national parks and monuments administered by the U. S. National Park Service. So, I have created this webbox. You must actually visit the area of the clues; however, you need to go to the Web to obtain your finders stamp and sign the log book.
Drive south on State Highway 85 into Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. Turn right (west) on the road to the visitor center and campground. Continue past the visitor center and turn left (south) on the road to Twin Peaks Campground. Drive past the campground entrance/registration station and continue straight on the road to the group campground and Desert View Trail parking area. Park by the group campground restroom.
Walk over to the start of the Desert View Trail which is on the east side of the parking lot across from the restroom. Start walking east on the trail. Just after entering the trail, look for an interpretive sign titled “Desert View Trail”. In the first paragraph, in the second line, what is the eighth word ______?
Continue walking on the trail and look for an interpretive sign titled “The Little One”. In the first paragraph, in the first line (the line starts with the words “The O’odham”), what is the word before the last word ______?
To create the mystery word, put the word from the second question on the end of the word from the first question (without spaces). Paste the mystery word into this URL (replacing the question marks “???” with the mystery word):
Now, plug/paste/type the new URL into your web browser and you will have completed your search for the Organ Pipe Cactus Monument Webbox.
Please record your find at www.letterboxing.org/ .
Click here for a list of all my national parks and monuments webboxes.
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