Hiking, Fishing and lost Letterboxes
Tom has Fridays off as vacation days for most of the summer, so of course I checked on possible hidden Letterbox sites that might be along the way, once he stated his intentions of going to Blanchard for the day.
Most of Maine's Letterboxes seem to be in the southern part of the state and not much was listed past Bangor, north to Monson.
I did find one jpeg clue in Brownville Junction listed on a Yahoo group site that we thought we recognized. Pretty sure it's on the Appalachian Trail to Gulf Hagas.
(picture contains the clue.)
Our "Almost There" picture found us almost at Screw Auger Falls in the Katahdin Iron Works region.
Tom decided to go to Brownville fishing instead.
On the off chance we could multitask.
But first we went fishing. I caught the first fish!
We had our limit by lunch time and decided there was time to look for the treasure. And more hiking.
No Luck finding the box.
There's no updates on the letterbox.org site so it could be a very old clue and perhaps the letterbox has been long gone.
Too bad we have no clear idea what "11 paces at 40" means.
Wonder if it's a compass reading?
Wonder if I'm doing the compass thing right?