WSQ Forget Not These.
In Wisconsin, United States
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The Wood County Cemetary; a final resting place for residents of the county home for the aged, and the county poor farm; as well as others requiring burial, such as vagrants and transients, between 1891 and 1948.
Death is the Great Equalizer, and lying in eternal repose; both great and small, rich and poor, deserve respectful rememberance.
To find Waypoint #2: Multiply the number of names memorialized on the stone; by the number of rows, complete or partial, of stones. Add 434. This is "A".
Now, take the total letters of the first person's name on the Memorial stone's list, and add that to the year that person was buried. From that number, subtract 1784. The result is "B".
Waypoint #2 = N44 21.A W089 53.B
Parking for the final waypoint is nearby, on a dead-end road at N44 21.949 W089 53.068. Be careful crossing streets! (Yes, Mother!) Is this cache "winter friendly"? I guess it would be safe to say it depends on the enthusiasm and persistence of the cacher dong the searching.
You will be looking for a small plastic coffee canister.
My sincere thanks to David R., the owner of the property where the final waypoint is now located. I felt this site to be especially appropriate, considering the name of the cache. Please, be respectful.
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Last Updated: on 12/2/2013 3:11:41 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:11 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum