Monkeyshines Upon Us

Tonight with rested feet and rejuevenated spirits, we again took to the streets of Tacoma seeking Monkeyshines Year of the Rabbit goodies. This time we decided to visit parks we had not yet scoured. At dusk we came upon Tacoma’s nicely-groomed Lincoln-Eldridge Park.

Do you know how many trees are in Lincoln-Eldridge Park? It didn’t seem like so many until we walked to the base of each to look up and down and all around. We almost got dizzy walking circles around each tree, peeking into knots and hiding places around the trunks. After much searching, we walked along the S. 37th Street edge of the park. Close to the sidewalk and sitting atop a rock wall, a shiny Year of the Rabbit medallion smiled upon us.

The Monkeyshines Year of the Rabbit medallion sat atop a rock wall.

We had hoped to find one of the Monkeyshines treasures on Hilltop, but are as happy as can be with the prize we found just off the hill. It took many sites and steps to find.

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