Wet Feets cache
In Vermont, United States
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MONTPELIER – The Vermont Agency of Transportation today (May 15) announced that the bridge along Route 65 over Sunset Lake will be closed to all but pedestrian traffic for the unforeseeable future.
Motorists using Route 65 will be detoured 2.7 miles along local streets, the same detour that is used during the winter when the bridge is traditionally closed.
I don't wish to say too much to spoil this. No directions or clues are needed as half the fun is finding it.
If your GPSr reads the above coordinates, don't get out of the car or you might get "wet feets". You can drive right to the coordinates in Spring (if you dare), Summer (bring your bathing suit), and Fall (very picturesque). In Winter, you have to get out of your car, but it will be worth it.
Email me the answer to this question:
If you are standing at this place and look up, what would you see hanging down?
Please don't log or encrypt the answers. I don't want to spoil it. Wrong answers will be deleted. Thanks.
*****UPDATE April 22, 2006*****
I just want to thank everyone who has taken the time out to find this cache and to all who have yet to find it. I will be deployed in support of the Global War on Terrorism to Iraq for about 14 months. Darrel of DJ and Cal has graciously agreed to adopt my caches and maintain them while I am gone and I really appreciate that. Thanks everyone and see you next year!
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 1/12/2014 6:04:30 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (2:04 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum