Flood water level check. National Weather Service flood stage is 12 feet.
Please don't give away any hints in your posts and please don’t post any images that will give away locations. To get credit for this cache you MUST sign the log! READ the “white on black font” instructions on page one in the log. They tell you how to put the cache back where you found it.
This cache replaces my archived Little Red Caboose one. The history of this unique location is spoken of at the Caboose webpage. The Caboose container vanished once too often so I decided to make a new cache that was more of a challenge to find.
When you find the marked location there will be a tool needed to retrieve the match container. Return the tool to a point out of reach of prying fingers. Make sure to put it back as per the instructions on it. To get it out you’ll need iron. I left some within reach of the tool. You should use the tool to "catch the Swift." Retrieving the Swift is easy if you figure out how to do it. Further instructions are written on the tool.
The cache is no longer in the large interesting structure nearby so do not climb on or into it!!
I hope you have fun.
By the way, my field biology teacher back in college described the noisy little chimney swifts as cigars on wings. They never seem to stop chattering while on the fly. I especially like seeing them high in the sky right before a thunderstorm.