My New Hunting Grounds-South Timber
In Iowa, United States
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A country cache on a gravel road.
I've been hunting for about 35 years pretty much everything that moved. Most of my hunting was done back in NE Iowa where I'm originally from. In the last few years it's been mostly deer and turkey.
Four years ago when it was no longer an option to do my hunting up north, I got hooked up with a real good group of hunters closer to Des Moines.
I've put out a small series of country caches showcasing where we hunt.
Please don't attempt to do these on the 2nd or 3rd weekends of Decmebers because I don't want you to mess up one of our deer drives...
If you want to make it a challenge don't read the hints/spoiler part. It will tell you exactly where the cache is hidden. I want it to be a quick park and grab.
The whole idea with putting these caches out is to show the beautiful country off the beaten path a bit. Not to make it hard to find.
The reason I have it ranked so high on the terrain is because it is a pretty steep bank up to the cache. It's about 8-10 almost strait up. You can get it without a tott but if you had an extension pole like Olkb has you could reach it from the bottom of the ditch. Please put the caches back exactly where you find them. ~Thank you
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Last Updated: on 12/18/2013 5:03:47 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (1:03 AM GMT)
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