Brush Creek 1 LbNA # 46246
|Owner||Drunken Sailer |
|Placed Date||Mar 27 2009|
|Found By||Angel Winks |
|Last Update||Oct 8 2011 |
The Village of Lawrence is a typical town. It's located off I-94 at exit 52. It's a pleasant place with a coffee shop, a couple of interesting junque shops, and an authentic mexican restaurant. And now a letterbox. Hopefully soon, several letterboxes.
This box is located on a little known hiking trail called Brush Creek nature trail. It was built and is maintained by Van Buren intermediate school district, but is open for public use After school hours.
To find this hidden treasure, travel north from the highway less than a mile, or south from the only stop light in town. turn into the Van Buren Technical Center/ Learning Center.
If your name is Bert, You'll be Goen to the building on the right. Everyone else, keep straight to the tech center. Veer right.
Proceed between the brown and green. You can leave your flivver some where near here.
Now search for a bower that's bare, and ribbon of black. Follow it's guidance way to the back.
Find vertical peace ( in memory of.. ) then through the portal and traverse the boards. Forge on ahead,until you may find, a place to Sit down a spell for a rest.
Now! press forward again, around the question mark curve, and seek out a tree who's hungry for love.
Travel more slowly now, Walk just a bit further,just 35 steps, and then on your right, an interesting cluster you can touch it from the path. Now step off the path. another 5 steps. to a similar cluster,and there you will find, the box with the stamp.
If you're tired now you can leave as you came, on the other hand, if you are still game, you can continue to the far end.
The board walk takes a turn or two more, then ends in another place to rest. From here on out the hike is on dirt. It winds on and on through the tree's. If you choose to go to the end of the line, you'll step through an arbor and into sunshine.
To get back to your conveyance, trod the grass to a place ball is played, then past rows of busses and empty car spaces. From here you should be able to see, the place from which you began this journey.
Please bring your own ink, and enjoy the hike.