In Honor of a Soldier WSQ
In Wisconsin, United States
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Go on a search in a local cemetery for a Soldier and other characters to help find the final cache
This cache is done in honor of a career soldier Chick Caywood who was a master Sargent and severed in both Korea and Vietnam. He was quite a character around Minocqua and a member of the Legion Hall. Pay your respects to great soldier and find a few other interesting characters to get the coordinates to the cache
Cache is a rubbermaid container.
Cemetary can be reached by car or bike. If you are biking to the cache on The Bearskin Trail, we have 2 other caches a little further down the trail at 2 other cemetaries that would keep you busy for the afternoon The Garden of Sleep and Whispering Woods all could be accessed off the Bearskin trail. The trail does require a bike pass and they can be purchased by the Chamber of Commerce (where another cache is located Destination Diva's cache) or BJ's Sportshop. If you walk the trail it is free.
Beyond the Cemetery Caches just south of Hazelhurst also on the Bearskin is Bearskin Booty and 1888 was a good year for an entire day of biking and caching. End of the Road cache in Hazelhurst could also be picked up by bike a short .5 miles off the trail
Code to the Cache
North AB BC.CCD
West ED AA.FCC
A = William Perterson was 10_ when he died
B = John Hall was born in 19_8
C = Maryanna Behn died in 2__2
D = Chick Caywood died in 1__1 give him a salute when you find him
E = Reverend James Sterling Phillips II was born in 198_
F = This cemetery was founded in _987
Have fun with this cache.
As always with a cemetery cache if folks are visiting their loved ones please be respectful and come back another time. Cache is not located near or on any gravestones so please do not disturb them
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Last Updated: on 7/18/2013 9:34:01 AM Pacific Daylight Time (4:34 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum