Cattle Country LbNA # 67456
|Owner||CW Sun Seeker|
|Placed Date||Aug 8 2014|
|Location||Duncan Cemetery, Duncan, AZ|
|Found By||Martini Man|
|Last Found||Jan 26 2016|
|Last Edited||Sep 14 2015|
The town Duncan and surrounding area are primarily populated by ranchers and miners.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was born in El Paso, Texas, but grew up near Duncan on the Lazy B ranch, which straddles the border between Arizona and New Mexico. The Day family ran the ranch for many years until selling it; it continues to be run as a ranch. O'Connor later wrote a book titled Lazy B: Growing up on a Cattle Ranch in the American Southwest about her childhood experiences on the ranch with her brother H. Alan Day.
From Old West Highway 70 at the southern end of Duncan, turn west on 4th St. Approximately ½ mile up is the cemetery on the left. Head south into the cemetery. At the first left, head for the northeast corner. Notice the arborvitae trees on the left. Stop at the second to last tree, which is across from the road intersection at water spigot #1. On the north side of the tree, about 4 ft up is a hole with the black pouch inside to the right,
Please be discreet, zip all bags and pouch closed and rehide the pouch well and carefully within the branches.