I've forwarded your message to Linda. She has not had time to be
active on the list lately, but I'm sure will look into the issues you
I'll post if I hear anything, unless she does.
West Chester, PA
PS: Looks like Randy's PC made in into the New Year!!!!
"timothy swenson" <swenson-@...
> I can't find an e-mail address for Linda Aplin, who placed 4 letter
> Baylands Park in Palo Alto, CA, so I'm taking a guess that she
> this list (or someone who knows her does).
> My daughters and I headed out to Palo Alto to try our hand at
> I've placed three myself, but this was my first try looking for them.
> 1 was kind of difficult to find. The clues sent us in the wrong
> but once he heard the "dragon" we got on track. Box #2 was not
> find. Box #3 was a little harder as you had to look "really low" to
> it. Box #4 was the problem. The clues were easy, and we found what
> think was the hidding spot (clump of rocks) but no letterbox could be
> We re-did the clue for #4 and it was pretty obvious were the box was
> supposed to be.
> So, Linda, I would suggest going out and seeing if Box #4 is really
> has just been moved, or I totally missed it.
> And just so you know, the only entries in the books were by Lone Wolf
> myself. Box #1 was missing a book, but the rest was there. About
> stamps in the boxes, boy, they are big.
> So, I can say that letterboxes do disappear. I would suggest keeping
> in mind and not invest a whole lot in the boxes and contents. The
> letterboxes I placed were created with this in mind and done very
> inexpensively (and a lot smaller than Linda's).
> Tim Swenson