Placed on Leap Day 2004, this cache will take you on a little trip around Lincoln Park in Kenosha. The highlight of this park is the beautiful flower garden which is open to the public. During the summer months, newlyweds will come here for their wedding pictures (Mr. and Mrs. Cheesehead included!) and occasionally wedding ceremonies are performed here.
The cache is well hidden, but is in a place where you could be spotted by the general public if you're not discreet.
The container is only large enough for the logbook, a pen, and a pencil, so don't bother with trade items.
The container is not waterproof, so please be sure that the ziplock baggie is sealed when you replace the cache!
Here's how to get to the cache:
The coordinates above will take you to a place where you will see a small number of concrete posts. How many are there? Subtract that number from the minutes part of these coordinates to take you to the next point.
N42° 34.227' W87° 49.951'
This park has been here for awhile! Look at the plaque for the structure on which you're standing. What year was it first built? Take the last two digits of the year and add that to the following coordinates to continue your journey!
N42° 34.148' W87° 49.935'
Moving on! When was the monument here dedicated? Take the last two digits of the year and subtract them from the following coordinates to take you to the cache!
N42° 34.239' W87° 50.108'