Hershey's Kiss  LbNA # 7604 (ARCHIVED)

OwnerAdoptable    
Placed DateMar 20 2004
CountyHarris
LocationHouston, TX
Boxes1
Planted Bymother of five    
Found By Daddio
Last Found May 7 2005
StatusFFFFFFFFFaaaa  
Hike Distance?

WARNING...THIS BOX HAS GONE MISSING AGAIN. PLEASE NOTE: THESE ARE NEW CLUES TO THIS BOX. IT HAS BEEN RE LOCATED IN A TOTALLY NEW PART OF THE PARK. GOOD LUCK!

Terry Hershey Park is a fansastic place in West Houston to spend the day walking or Biking. There are over 13 miles of trails,with plans for expansion.

DIRECTIONS: From I 10 exit south on Dairy Ashford. Parking is located on Dairy Ashford just south of Memorial Drive. Look for the Terry Hershey Park sign on the left hand side of the road.

CLUES: To get to this box enter parking and park at the back of the lot. Enter the trail through the green and white metal fence. Start on the asphalt trail (you will pass a trail map on your left. Follow the asphalt path (the "Robin Trail"). Walk on this path a good while until you reach the first white metal fence on both sides of the trail. From the front corner of the white fence, turn around and walk back down the trail approx. 50 steps arriving at a small dirt path leading into the trees on the left. Take this dirt path about 41 steps (going up and then down a hill.) At the bottom of the hill look for the tree next to the path on the left. In a hole facing the path about 4 feet off the ground you will find HERSHEY'S KISS covered with sticks and leaves. Please re hide well. Make sure to keep you eye out for snakes, as they seem to love this park as much as Houstonians do! Please let me know what you find!