We started off the day by revisiting McLennan Community College for a another look for Art Center of Waco. It had been reported as found after I reported I couldn’t find it. We did indeed find the box this time, but it has been vandalized by Geocachers. The stamp was gone and there were three bracelets in the box. The culprits signed the letterboxing logbook.
From there we headed on up to Chisenhall Fields, in Burleson to look for three letterboxes.
In The Woods was the box we searched for first. It was down this nice path and near the mile marker. We found the box. Yeah!
We headed the other way to find Common TP and got a nice surprise there was a hitchhiker hidden inside.
At this same area a little further down the trail, TP Kim, was supposed to be hidden. I think this is the right location, but no box was found.
Our next stop was at Benbrook Lake where we planned to look for Happy 40th Birthday Hello Kitty in 2014.
I’m happy to say we found the box and we also found “Hello Puppy“.
Our last location was Pecan Valley Park in Fort Worth where we hiked around a two miles to search for The Crest of the Cullens. The hike started here.
We had lots of company on this nice wide hike/bike trail. This trike was pretty cool.
We followed the paved trail and passed a pasture with longhorns and another with horses and burros.
We finally came to the clue that lead us to the social trail where the box was hidden. Way too much activity to do it along this paved trail.
I’m not very good at counting steps so I originally hunted for the box here, but this isn’t the spot. After some more searching we found the box!
With that mission accomplished we headed on down the trail to plant my Marathon box in honor of my daughter who seems to enjoy going the distance. We planted it in Oakmont Park which you come to if you continue down the Trinity Trail.
So we hunted for seven boxes. Found six (one without a stamp); picked up a hitchhiker, and planted a box. Another great day of letterboxing.