The Inn of Winter - a Hitchhiker Hostel
You may take a Hitchhiker (HH) if you leave a HH.
There will always be the host box stamp.
By: Leader of the Pack with the company of Pink Trotters and Party Bear
Rated: Walk short and easy slope may be slippery
Come to the fair town of Mansfield in Eastern Connecticut. Here you will find
a multitude of letterboxes to suit every taste. The Inn of Winter is placed
where on a full moon night you would hear a wolf howl. From the trail head by
the sign of Joshua head toward the howl. Pass through two houses by the trail
and over a stone wall the border to the Wolf woods. On a pleasant walk you come
to a stair to avoid the trail eroding climb here and watch your step. As you
reach the top look on the right of the trail for a ship shaped large rock. From
the trail beside the rock take a reading of 170 degrees and go off trail to two
other large rocks (not as big as the first) nestled under the left rock in a bed
of leaves and sticks is The Inn of Winter. Enjoy the box and its host stamp,
then swap HH. Make sure each is stamped into the host book and your stamp as
well. So much to do! Then rehide as found . Be discreet this is a busy trail.