Crick Cache 2: Bridge
In Wisconsin, United States
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Near a strip of woods known by local kids as the Crick. Many kids make forts here, and spend their summers making dams or playing in the stream. This crick is formerly known as the Carpenter Reserve. There is a human side and a deer side, although every once in a while a deer will be on the human side. There is a walking path made of mulch. There is also a bike trail that travels right along the crick bed. This is recommended during the fall, when the trees are red and yellow. You can get in by going in the field, although parking at the bridge down by the Nature Trails Subdivision is recommended because of the wonderful view. Permission granted from Ms. Eileen McCoy, director of Neenah Park and Rec department.
Congrats to rsplash40 for the FTF!
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Last Updated: on 8/1/2013 7:20:18 PM Pacific Daylight Time (2:20 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum