Moan-A Lisa Smiles :)
In Wisconsin, United States
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Since everyone in the family has caches named for them, it's my turn now :) We spelled Moan-a a little differently, since Mr. Grapes said I was "moaning" about my knees and had shin-splints after we walked near this area yesterday. The terrain is very easy, it's just that we did lots of hiking this weekend. I was in pain, but I'm still smiling :) ***1/30/11 Replaced broken container with another small.
This cache is named for me, since everyone, human and furry alike in the family, had caches except me. Found this nice area yesterday, while out on one of several weekend hikes. I was "MOANing" this morning about my knees and shin splints, hence the funny spelling. I'm always smiling and using smileys...so there you go! :) Bring your own pen, use bug spray and do the usual tick checks. They're bad this year! ***1/30/11 Replaced broken container with another small, able to hold tiny swag.
The Racine County parks system is not dog-friendly. However, the trail adjacent to the park where we were hiking yesterday with the Labsdales is. It's a bike path and leashes are required there. So if you park and come in on the road where the bike path starts, and if your geo-dogs stay on the bike path with someone while you hunt the caches, you'll be fine.
***Note, we kept the Labsdales out of the Racine County park system...but Mr. Grapes sure saw other dogs and pup prints in it. Went back out again to hide 4 more caches and ran into a dog and her Mom. She said dogs could be on the cross country trails. So I looked at the Saller Woods sign on the other side of the park and it doesn't say anything about no dogs allowed.
Last Updated: on 3/29/2015 7:30:04 AM Pacific Daylight Time (2:30 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum