Thursday, July 20, 2006

Getting to Know you... LB

I'm new to Letterboxing in the area, so for my first box, I thought I'd give the local letterboxing community a small introduction to who I am...in the form of clues to this letterbox! This box is located on the University of Missouri-Columbia campus. If you find this and you have any tips for me, let me know!

Special thanks to MamaRoots...she "previewed" this LB for me before I posted it since it was my first.

CLUES:

You will use three websites to find clues for this box. I will give you the URL for two of the webpages you will use:
http://honors.missouri.edu
www.google.com

Go to the first website and find the staff member in the Honors College that enjoys “backpacking and rock climbing” (that’s me).
Now, go to google.com and find the homepage for my undergrad (the name has since changed). With a little investigation, you should find the name of the mascot at my undergrad. It’s a “tall” order, but this clue should “point” you in the right direction.

Now, circle my place of employment (on the MU campus) until you come upon a landmark that shares the name of my undergraduate mascot.

LB is about three feet off the ground on the:
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The LB is a micro in a mini-M&Ms container. It is in a high traffic area, so you may not want to attempt this between 7:30am and 5pm on a weekday unless you are in super-stealth mode. There are many nice shaded areas nearby where stamping and logging can take place.

I work VERY nearby (as you'll soon find out). Feel free to stop by my office, say hello, and tell me what you thought of this LB.

The stamp is very small and very delicate. Please contact me when you find it, log the find with LbNA.

Let me know how it's holding up!

2 comments:

mamakopp said...

Hello and thanks for sharing with us. Welcome to the letterboxing family. Personally I am always happy to hear that more and more people are getting turned-on to letterboxing. I look forward to meeting you.
Surlymama

Lnd-Crzr said...

Indeed, welcome! I'm sure we'll run across one another. Great looking clue for your first!
Lnd-Crzr