Watch Your Step
In Wisconsin, United States
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A nice hike on the west side of the Menomonee River.
With Halloween just around the corner, we wanted to hide a cache that most will get a real 'kick' out of.
Once at ground zero, the hide should be fairly obvious. Please, please, please do your best to hide it as found. These trails are sometimes heavily used by bikes and dog walkers. Do not want this one to fall into the wrong hands.
The entire family can walk these trails. However, the higher terrain rating reflects the fluctuations in moisture content of the soils. In order to get to the cache, you may have to cross a small stream bed. At times it will be like concrete. Other times, in Spring or after another 500 year flood, you may sink to your knees. There is plenty of scrap material to build a small bridge and shuffle across (spoken from experience). Creativity is encouraged.
Follow the trail over to Creekside Creek (GCZFHX) after finding this one.
Permit #84 issued by Brian Russart 9/21/2011
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Last Updated: on 4/26/2013 4:42:55 PM Pacific Daylight Time (11:42 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum