I Spy a Frog
In Wisconsin, United States
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Long before we ever hunted for geocaches we would sometimes look for frogs with our two boys as they were growing up. Every year we attended a family camp in northern Wisconsin and we would hunt for the best frogs to enter the frog jumping contest at the end of the week. Both boys have won the contest with their frogs a time or two.
A few years ago we began searching for geocaches and have found many frogs along the way. We also picked up this frog-themed cache container as swag. We have enjoyed finding frogs along our adventures as well as geocaching with a frog-caching couple from time to time. You know who you are.
This frog has managed to get himself stuck too far from his home. Come and find him!
The Geocache Notification Form has been submitted to Michael Sieger of the Wisconsin DNR. Geocaches placed on Wisconsin Department of Natural Resource managed lands require permission by means of a notification form. If placing a cache on DNR-managed land, please print out a paper copy of the notification form, fill in all required information, then submit it to the land manager. The DNR Notification form and land manager information can be obtained at http://www.wi-geocaching.com/hiding
Last Updated: on 3/1/2014 2:41:31 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (10:41 PM GMT)
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