The listed coords will take you to a
Bison Tube outside the Rhinelander Library,
inside that Bison Tube is a log with the name of a book.
Using the Principles of locating a book you will find the Cache!
(If you find this cache during hours that the library isn't open you can sign the bison tube log and claim it as a find.)
(You do not need to sign the Bison Tube log unless it's the only part you are finding)
You don’t have to have a library card in order to just search for an item, you can use the computers in the library specifically labeled as Library Catalog.
(If you only find the outside micro please note that in your log)
There is so much to do at the Library, from tax forms to electronic books.
I'm amamzed at what you can do at your local library and all for free!
The Original library building was built in 1903,
there was an addition added in the 1980's.
There is so much to learn about the Rhinelander library,
the easiest way to learn about it
and all of the services it offers
is for you to click on the stack of books below,
Winter Hours that the Library is open,
Recently a Chainsaw carver carved a girl sitting on a stack of books,
it's really an amazing carving. If you get time please check it out.
It is located in front of the building just off of the ramp on the north side.
To learn more about the carving click on the picture below,
(Permission for this cache given by Chris Honig, Adult Programs Coordinator, Rhinelander District Library)