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Maddie's Cache is 3rd down the path, farther down than Zipper and Molly's Caches and will require a bit of a hike. It is dedicated to another black Labsdale. Parking is available off Hwy. I. There can be hunters in the area. 6/26/11-Replaced broken cache with a small, BYOP. 12/28/11 Replaced cache again, small pill bottle.
Maddie's Cache is down the path from Molly and Zipper's Caches and is dedicated to 9 year old Maddie, one of the black Labsdales. Maddie is the pack leader, the "independent woman", but is super sensitive and loving...she will slober you with kisses! She loves to search for critters while she's out geocaching with her Labsdale sisters and is usually the lead dog when we're on the trails. Another interest is traveling the US with the Labsdales pack (she was a heck of a whale spotter when we were out on a ship in Cape Cod) and seeing the horses, burros, buffalo and elk out West.
This is a bit of a hike and there is a hill on the way back that will get your heart rate going. There can be hunters in the area and is off-lead for the pups at certain times of the year. Look for our other pet caches in the Marsh.
DNR form 2500-118 has been submitted for permission to hide this cache on DNR land.
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Last Updated: on 2/6/2014 5:21:27 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (1:21 AM GMT)
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