LOCATION: Pea Patch Island, New Castle County, DE
From the southwest corner of the floating building, head 328
degrees to a gun of yore, thence 68 degrees to a point about
10 feet east of a pyramid.
Thence 17 paces at 333 degrees to where the circle sits atop
the arch. From there, spot a glimpse of daylight at 100 degrees
and go to it. Look out, noting, but not visiting, the concrete
thing-a-ma-bob at 25 degrees which we'll call Uncle Charlie.
(Remember to keep in mind how compasses work, of course -- be
Thence 16 paces against the direction of fire to where you
might glimpse a door at bearing 140. From that door, note the
pyramid at 286 degrees and then go 7 paces at 62 degrees, then
take the narrow path at 162. As soon as you can, take bearing
236, burrowing basically in that direction until you see a place
Climb until you see a way to the east and head basically east to
the place of three views. Choose the view of Uncle Charlie at
26 degrees. From that view, its 57 paces on bearing 220, going
around obstacles, of course, to a corner of sorts, thence 57
more paces and 57 more degrees.
From your present position, 8 paces at 216 should give you a view
of rock before the twins in that same direction. From that rock,
go 191 paces at 333 degrees to a tree, where you will see its two
friends at 270 and 240 degrees.
From where you're standing, its 146 paces at 56 degrees to a
stump, thence basically north twice as many paces to a big ol'
spready tree to your right. From there, 32 paces on bearing 204
leads to the remains of an even bigger tree, thence 18 paces at
98 degrees leads to a downed tree and V for victory.