White Rabbit #2 LbNA # 65436
|Owner||Wisconsin Hiker |
|Placed Date||Aug 4 2013|
Last checked/found: 4-AUG-13
This box was created by Acorn and she initially planted it for the 4th Annual Great Lakes Gathering on June 3, 2006. It was a temporary box, but she recently gave it to me to replant as a permanent box. It now rejoins all the other “Wandering in Wonderland” letterboxes!
Go to mahpaL kaeP park, on Hwy C, approximately one mile south of I-94. In 2013, the daily fee to enter the park is $7 for WI residents, $10 for non-residents. Annual stickers for all state park areas are $25 (residents) and $35 (non-residents). Reduced rates are available for people 65 years and older.
Note: This park has groomed cross country ski trails in the winter and therefore does not permit hiking on the trails when conditions are good for skiing. Plan your visit accordingly.
While in the White Rabbit's house, Alice drinks an unmarked bottle of liquid and grows to the size of the room. The White Rabbit returns to his house, fuming at the now-giant Alice, but she swats him and his servants away with her giant hand.
To find the home of this very elusive rabbit, start from the western intersection of the Ice Age Trail (IAT) and the green Meadow Trail. Follow the IAT southeast of the intersection until you reach 5 large trees on your left and a blazing post on your right. Take 50 steps in a northerly direction to a large tree with a rock in front of it. Alice is invading the Rabbit’s home on the back side of the fallen piece, about 6’ from the upright tree.
Please replace carefully and let us know how Alice & the White Rabbit are faring if you pay them a visit. Thanks!