Friday, June 16, 2006

Speaking of Re-hideation

One of the Asian ponds at Shelter Gardens has a stone pagoda in it, and while there this past Monday, I noticed what looked like a Ziploc bag stuffed inside the pagoda. As I got closer, I was pretty sure it was a letterbox, and I was excited but a little concerned about the openness of the hiding place. Imagine my surprise when I pulled it out and discovered it was the letterbox I planted in another part of the Gardens some time ago! I brought it home to do some repair work and figure out how it got transplanted. The last few entries in the logbook are hand-written and unsigned...perhaps someone unfamiliar with LBing discovered it and misinterpreted my instructions to "re-hide it well" to mean hiding it somewhere else. It was fortunate that I found it in the pagoda before it went missing...and I've changed my instructions to read "please place the box back in its hiding place."

1 comment:

Lnd-Crzr said...

You certainly are lucky to have found it! Glad you did, that's a fantastic LB.