This flat city park is surrounded by a fence with a combination. Spin the numbers until they read: two, five, zero, three. When you leave, please be sure this lock is in place and you have spun the numbers one at a time to a different number.
The combination for the cache is also a must: ***right three turns, stop at eighteen - go left past twenty, stop at twenty the next time - right to two***. Please note, the cache is NOT in the cabin. No need to look there.
This ammo can cache is one of a string of L&C caches from the southern to the northern borders along the Missouri River of Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota. This cache was placed with permission of the land owner and local help on the cache placement and lid contents. The items in the park reflect the history of the city along with the Victorian homes, Bed and Breakfast, and the Court House of this town tucked in the bluffs of Nebraska. An absolute must see between Mar. 15, and Oct. 15 from 7:00AM to 9:00PM is the confluence of the Platte and Missouri Rivers. Look on the cache lid for the coordinates to this confluence. The entrance through the refuge to the rivers is right across the railroad tracks from the cache.
Update 10-21-2012: Original cache owner, The Three Amigos, can no longer care for the cache. Ownership was transferred to GeoJudt to keep it going for years to come.
Maintained by a Nebraskache Member