Park behind the Police Station and proceed to
the Stepping Stones Museum for Children. In front of the museum is
a light house with a plaque that reads, "This lighthouse is
dedicated to Gigi Priebe in appreciation for her vision and
leadership". From the lighthouse head 60 steps at 30°.
You will find a stepping stone with Jonathan's first name carved into
JONATHAN m English, Biblical
gave" from the Hebrew name Yehonatan. In the Old Testament Jonathan
was the eldest son of Saul and a friend of David. He was killed in
battle with the Philistines. A famous bearer of this name was Jonathan
Swift, the satirist who wrote 'Gulliver's Travels' and other works.
From this stone, head 30 steps at 250°. You will find a stepping
stone with Jonathan's middle name carved into it.
WILLIAM m English
"will helmet" from the Germanic elements wil "will,
desire" and helm "helmet, protection". The name was
introduced to Britain by the Normans. It has belonged to several rulers
of England, Prussia, and Germany, including William the Conqueror who
was the first Norman king of England. Another famous bearer was William
Tell, a legendary 14th-century hero from Switzerland. In the literary
world it has been borne by dramatist William Shakespeare and poet
William Blake, as well as contemporary authors William Faulkner and
William S. Burroughs.
From this stone, take 35 steps to the right side of the shed.
There are two pieces of slate under the middle of the shed. You
birthday present lies behind these slabs and underneath the shed.
Stamp in secretly and re-hide.
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