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Larger peanut butter jar wrapped in duct tape hidden along the New Berlin bike path.
You are searching for a large peanut butter jar wrapped in duct tape. It should be very easy to find but make sure you are wearing bug spray in the summer as it is in a very wet area, full of cattails. I put 1.5 for the terrain because of the long grass but the bike path is paved and it is flat and the cache is hidden only a few feet off of the path. I put that it is wheelchair accessible, but the last 3 feet or so wouldn't be.
It is along the New Berlin bike path and is hidden right between the parking lot at the end of Lincoln Ave. and Hwy 164/Les Paul Parkway. Please note that you cannot park on Hwy 164 so you will need to either approach this cache via the bike path if you are coming from the east or if you are driving I would suggest the parking lot at the end of Lincoln Ave. This parking lot is for the power company there but there are about a dozen "Visitor Parking" spots available. The coordinates for the parking lot are N 43 N 00.658 W 88 12.457.
The original contents of the cache are kid-friendly and I would like to keep it that way as most of the caches on this side of Waukesha are micro, which is pretty hard for kids and no goodies! I will check on it from time to time to stock it with kid-swag.
I was given permission to place this cache by John Ling, owner of Standard Theaters Inc on 8/19/10.
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Last Updated: on 11/23/2013 12:02:21 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (8:02 PM GMT)
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