Industrial Safari LbNA # 57379 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Apr 5 2011|
|Found By||I dig toasters|
|Last Found||Apr 24 2014|
|Last Edited||Sep 14 2015|
Inland Empire Series: Ontario
Retired as of 9/14/15
Recently, Buffalo Tony gave me a box full of his unused letterboxing supplies, including containers, logbooks and even a few stamps he carved with no specific purpose. This is the first of a handful of boxes I'll end up planting with his contributions. The logbook works for this location, and I decided that this stamp can represent the stealth you need to use when hunting around a fence on the edge of an industrial business park.
Where is this industrial business park of which I speak? Start at the intersection of two streets in Ontario. The first shares its name with a type of farm used for growing grapes for wine, and the second shares its name with a farmer that Nirvana dedicated a song to on their "In Utero" album.
At this intersection you'll find the heads of two animals, one on the left and one on the right. In the rest of the clues, rather than left or right, I'll use the names of these animals instead. From the intersection.... Nevermind. It's gone, a victim of nearby construction.