UPDATE 26-Aug-2013: Tarryall has a new home and its back closer to the original ground zero. Not sure if we are going to have "muggling" problems. Its further from the "road" so requres a little more of a hike than previously, so I've upped the terrain difficulty. You will be hiking up a small hill. Also, if the "road" is muddy, you WILL NEED a 4x4 to drive on the road (so you may want to hike instead from the Park 77 road area). If road is dry, my Rav4 made it to a spot near the cache on the road easily.
UPDATE 23-Aug-2013: It has been determined that when the cache was moved in January that it was placed on private land. NO ONE IS TO VISIT THIS CACHE UNTIL ITS MOVED AGAIN. I have disabled Tarryall until I can get it moved in this next week. Sorry for this but we have to respect the land owner's wishes
UPDATE 27-Jan-2013: The cache had to be moved again. The original location where the cache was placed in July 2000 can be found in the Waypoint labled ORIGIN listed below and now has a micro-cache at the site (hopefully it won't be removed).
Please take the time to carefully rehide the cache so that we minimize the chance of it being stumbled on, and removed again.
This was the first cache hidden in Colorado
5 gal orange bucket located in a good spot with a nice view of the area. Fairly easy to get to this one. Bring a book, take a seat, and enjoy listening to the wind in the trees. NOTE: For those "Flatlanders" that are not used to high altitude, this cache is located at over 8,000 feet in elevation, so you will be breathing hard as you walk around and climb the rock / hill. With the new location and all, I'm changing the rating to a 2.0/2.5.
Special thanks to Team Ecylram for replacing the large bucket three times (Oct 1, 2011, Dec 17, 2011 and Jan 26, 2013) when it had went missing in the fall / winter of 2011 and again in January 2013.
Another special thanks to Team Itchy & Scratchy for going WAY out of their way to replace it in the fall of 2012 (Read their Log Entry / Adventure).