Alive and Well
In Iowa, United States
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This is a tougher type find, in the "non-winter time". There might be weeds, briars, ticks, Ivy, etc. Be careful.. Going to the Cache in the winter will be by road, no trails, and the gates are usually closed in the winter.. The cache will be about 100-150 yard walk from the main entrance road to the park.. Spring/Summer/Fall time you can drive fairly close to it. The Cache is off the road about 30 yards, over a grassy area. then in thick tall weeds about 7-10 feet.
CONGRATULATIONS goes out to; cheetoman79, on the FTF of this Cache..
WE don't recommend children and/or wheel chairs.. The terrain is a little to up/down from the road to the cache, and is in tall weeds. The Cache is small and will hold smaller items and Coins & TB's.
PLEASE make sure you get the lid closed tight, as it will get wet if not closed properly..
I got permission to place this cache from Scott Bahmann, Ranger for Benton County.
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Last Updated: on 4/7/2014 10:57:21 AM Pacific Daylight Time (5:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum