How often have you driven Hwy 299 from Redding to Eureka on busineess or pleasure?
And said to yourself: I wish there was something of interest to see, and a place to stop and strech my legs.
Now there is such a place.
If you attempt to find this cache, you will be before the World's Second Largest Canyon Live Oak.
and possibly the oldest.
(The Largest is in Temecula, Ca.)
This is a perfect place to relax, enjoy lunch, bring the kids, and stare at this wonder.
*Cache Maintained/Updated: July 5, 2004
Set your GPS unit to True north. Accuracy + - 24 feet.
- Log Book, Geo-Letter, Pencil, Pen.
- Mini-deck of playing cards
- Ear plugs
- Playing Dice
- Magic Tricks
- Three little pigs travel tape
- Safety Packet
- Small trash bags to cache-in/trash-out
- Plus extra suprises.
This Cache is dedicated to the traveling public.
So please add travel related items. Or something to pass on to our visiting guests that represents the area.
Please take/leave something of equal value.
No food items (except PEZ) and NO HOUSEHOLD items.
Please leave cache were you found it, and recover.
This cache will be updated/maintained regulary, so please check back.
Cache is in a ammo container.
So come enjoy Trinity County's largest, and oldest Oak tree.
And Trinity County's First Cache.
Happy Caching, and Happy Trails.