Yomega (UTS) LbNA # 7715
|Placed Date||Apr 4 2004|
|Last Found||Jan 26 2008|
|Last Edited||Sep 14 2015|
Un4gettable Toy Series – Yomega
***Alive and well as of 10/29/2005***
Every child has their favorite toy however some toys manage to span the generations and delight grandchildren as much as they did their grandparents. We hope to recapture the joy of these enduring toys in our Un4gettable Toy Series. The series will include 10 boxes. Each box will contain a code number as well as the stamp. Once you find all 10 boxes and collect the codes, send an email to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will mail you a bonus postal box with a special grand finale stamp to end the series. To keep in the spirit of childhood, as we place the boxes each clue will begin with something children enjoy playing or doing. We hope you have fun collecting these boxes and relive fond childhood memories as you find the toys along the way!
This toy has had its’ ups and downs but hopefully you won’t get too tangled up trying to follow the clues to the box. Begin in Jackson, Ohio where children of the community gather to cool off on a warm summer day. From the northwest corner of the fence enclosing the “plaything” for the youngest children, take a compass reading of 282° and go 19 paces (1 pace = 2 steps) to a tree with a hole about 6 feet up. Take a reading of 8° and go 7 paces to a large pine tree. Yomega is hiding at the base of this tree under a large rock.