Is that an actual "L" in the tree? Nov 20, 2020 8:08:59 GMT -5 Quote Select PostDeselect PostLink to PostMemberGive GiftBack to Top Post by goldhunter on Nov 20, 2020 8:08:59 GMT -5 It's been over a year since someone posted on this hunt so I offer this...1. Go to the illustration of the Indian picking the apple. (BTW, I'm a member of the Cherokee Nation and "Indian" is more commonly used than "Native American.")2. Notice the opening in the sleeve as he holds up the apple.3. Go straight right from the sleeve opening and you will find what looks like a capital "L" in the tree.Do you think it is purposefully drawn?One of my theories for the end spot is Elwood, Ind. Get it? L and wood? Also, there is a park there named Wendell Willkie. Get it? Two w's?Yeah, this theory has about a .07% chance of being correct.