Pine Barrens Tree Frog LbNA # 8463 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||May 30 2004|
Personally checked, April 15, 2006 – safe and sound
Pine Barrens Tree Frog letterbox
Your journey starts at the place where this fire tower and 988 trees were destroyed by the F-105 Thunderchief (the first jet designed to release nuclear warheads at supersonic speeds).
Park in the parking lot of this old fire tower. Take the trail at 240 degrees and walk up to where the fire tower used to be. You can still see the concrete foundations. Stop and look west and look through the trees, and you can see for miles of a clear day.
Take the trail west and head down hill. This is a moderately steep hill. You will come to a place where the path will divide. Stay on the path at 300 degrees. At the second down log on the path look for the pine tree at 75 degrees and behind this pine tree, at its base, you will find what you came for. Thank you for stamping in. Please return it to it’s proper resting spot and please cover well. Thank you.
Always proceed at your discretion. The owner of this letterbox assumes no responsibility for your actions or any occurrence to you or your company on this hunt. Please remember you are in a state forest. Remember pack in pack out your trash and only you can prevent forest fires. Treat this forest as if it were your home. Tread lightly.
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