Arbre, Baum, & Arbol
In Wisconsin, United States
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Quick and easy drive-up cache find in any weather. Best not to park in the obvious spot and draw attention, but drop another cacher off to make the find, then drive back to pick them up.
While walking the dog from Fontana to Williams Bay this week I noticed this spot as perfect for the cache container I had waiting at home. There were muggles too close to investigate further at that time, and you may well need to come back another time if they are here when you come.
The location is nothing special, but sometimes you just want a quick and easy find that isn't a micro, to boost up your cache count! :) There are several geocaches hidden thoughout Williams Bay, from micros to multis! Hope you will take time to find them all!
UPDATE: OCTOBER 4, 2010
The original large container was muggled, so I have replaced the cache with a 3 1/2" round camoed screwtop plastic container. BYOP. Please pay attention to the way it is placed, and be careful to tuck it in exactly as found so it is not easy to spot. Beware of muggles both on the golf course and in vehicles. It might be wiser to park a way down the road and walk up to GZ rather than park at the end of the drive drawing attention to the cache. You could also drop your geobuddy off to make the grab while you do the u-turn thing a short distance away.
KUDOS to NESNEJNHOJ for FTL! (lol)
CHEERS to RYLEE'SREBELS for giving it that old geo-try at STF! :)
CONGRATULATIONS to THE CRIPPLER for FTF!
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Last Updated: on 12/3/2014 12:31:41 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (8:31 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum