Sugar Creek Dilemma
In Iowa, United States
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The early settlers to this area were primarily the swedish, norwegian, and the german people. They settled in areas that had lots of trees. with the trees they built there homes and also to heat them in the cold winter. You will find lots of trees in this area. There is also a cemetary in the area arround this cache. Take the time to read the story about the Busch Menonite church in Google. Its a very interesting story about these people.
This cache is different in lots of ways. The idea for the container came from the internet. It is not orginal to me. I have never seen a container like this in all the caches I have found. The challenge you will face will be to figure out is what the cache container is and then finding it at the location where it is and then signing the log. I will suggest that you use a tool to remove the log sheet( its a tight fit) Please don't go looking for this cache alone ( enjoy the experience with someone) and also take along a flashlight ( you will need it to survey the area where it hidden) and go looking during daylight hours only. When you find this cache you will understand what I am talking about.
The ftf will receive a gift from the CO that I am sure you will enjoy. Happy geocaching
I also need to say that some bushwacking may be needed depending on the season.
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Last Updated: on 10/20/2013 12:49:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time (7:49 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum