Old Tales of a Lumberjack
In British Columbia, Canada
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After a stint hiking up a logging road you will head off down a trail following an old cedar road that loggers used to haul logs out of the bush back in the 1940's, along with some of the old equipment and the remains of a steam donkey. You can get to the cache by following roads and well marked trails, although the trails do get somewhat overgrown at times.
When you see the island in the lake you will be getting very close.The cache is hidden under bushes and is a camo colored 5 gallon bucket.
UPDATE: April 13th 2011
Since adopting this I have noticed and its been confirmed that the new container is an abs piping container. A HUGE thanks to freshair4me & Lefty526 for finding this cache and updating me with a new hint and coords which is now reflected on the cache page. I agree with them whole heartedly anyone willing to make a journey this long should never have to dnf the cache they came for. So in turn I am not opposed to spoiler pics or log comments. Happy caching everyone!
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- Lake TrailPart of the trail down to the lake
Last Updated: on 5/3/2015 10:29:18 PM Pacific Daylight Time (5:29 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum