Temp. Cacher's Revenge II
In Wisconsin, United States
How Geocaching Works
Located near the Ephraim entrance of Peninsula State Park
In the spring of 2006, the Wisconsin Geocaching Association sponsored an weekend geocaching event at Peninsula State Park. As one of the geocachers who lives nearby, I was a volunteer who helped hide temporary caches, which were to be placed specifically for this event, and then re-collected when the event was over.
However, two caches out of (roughly) seventy five were not recovered at the time. One of them, "Temp Cacher's Revenge," was found two years later and is now a standard cache located near the Fish Creek enterance to the park. This cache is the other "lost" cache, finally re-discovered after being hidden, undisturbed, for over three years. Yes, this area is actually part of Peninsula State Park, and was part of the golf course eons ago. You can still see one of the old tee-offs and a paved walking path at the top of Holland Road.
With the WGA moving away from temporary caches for events, I thought it only fitting that this former temporary cache be resurrected as a full-fledged standard cache. It is the original container, hidden in the original spot. That way, those who missed logging it as a WGA campout temporary cache will now be able to log it as a regular cache. If you did log it during the campout, move on, you can only log it once!
Please make sure you press the ends of the container together tightly to get a good seal. Although somewhat weather-resistant, the container is not waterproof, so return it to its somewhat sheltered position. The proper Geocache Placement Notification form has been filed with the park office. It is a smaller container, so only small trade items (think the size of a golf ball or smaller) will work.
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Last Updated: on 5/26/2013 8:16:57 AM Pacific Daylight Time (3:16 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum