In Wisconsin, United States
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This is a virtual cache on public land. The trail is pretty easy to follow, with a gentle slope which will eventually take you up about 100 ft.
(9/1/09) Note: It appears that someone has removed the plaque that was embedded into a rock at the cache site. The plaque was placed there in 1976, commemorating the bicentennial of the U.S. with a "bicentennial tree." Although the plaque is gone, I hope you have fun discovering this wonderful little trail and answering the questions. ~Drachemann~
Park your car at: N42 53.967 89W 22.455
You'll see two trails entrances into the woods... it's really the same horseshoe-shaped trail which will bring you back to the parking area. Enter either way you like. This trail is beautiful when Autumn colors set in!
To get credit for this cache, please answer the following:
What was commemorated here?
What was put here to commemorate it?
What's the name of this prairie? (look around)
Who is this park dedicated to?
Please email the answers to me by clicking on my profile above. Do not post the answer in your log. (but don't forget to log when you email)
[Cache hint:] Ebpx, gbc bs uvyy, abg va jbbqf.
[Missing:] Vg'f gnyy... unf yrnirf
[Prairie name:] Nobhg 10sg njnl sebz gur pnpur ybpngvba. Ybbx ybj.
Last Updated: on 12/3/2014 5:49:59 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (1:49 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum