Mink River Letterbox

*I'll be very happy to give any of these boxes back to their original owners upon request.  I have only adopted these boxes for upkeep and historical means and do not count them among my planted boxes.
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Mink River
Sister Bay, Door County
Terrain:  Easy

New Clues:

Sadly, the box had to be moved to a new location.  Tell me why it had to be moved and I'll give you the code to unlock the clues. (Hint: Search the LbGLK messages.)

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Old Clues: (2/20/1999 LbNA Post #944)

Directions/Clues: From Sister Bay find the highway of sleep.  Follow this road to its end through all its curves until you come to the legacy of a missionary from long ago.  Stand beside the cross and look 35 degrees from north.  There you will see a cabin in the distance. The letterbox is behind the cabin, next to a creek, and under a stump. That's not very difficult, right?  Well, I'm not going to tell you how to get there, how do you like that!  Use your map reading skills to find the best way across or around the bay.  Two hints: 1) no motorized boats, the opposite shore is rocky. 2) A road leads up to a trail, which leads to the cabin, but you have to find that road.

Note: The cabin and much of the land around the river is owned by the Nature Conservancy, but the public is welcome so long as you obey the rules posted on the trails.  Good Luck! 



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