Similar to a piece of paper that you might file with your attorney stating the location of your will or other legal and personal effects, this document is designed to point future generations to the location of the Ark and to ensure it doesn’t get lost with the passing of time. Obviously, this document should be kept separately from the Ark, perhaps in a strong box, file drawer, or with another family member. Each time the Ark changes hands or locations, this document should be updated. The specific location should be noted (such as “upstairs hall closet at Grandma’s house”).