In Wisconsin, United States
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When I was a little girl my mom would take my sister and I to Oma's house once a week. While mom did Oma's hair we would sneak pieces of hard candy, watch Days of Our Lives, and stare in amazement at the dancers on the cuckoo clock. Oma lived above the bar that Aunt Joey owned at the end of Lincoln Avenue. At lunch time Aunt Joey would come upstairs with a plate of hot ham and rolls and Oma always said "danke schoen." Until I was 12 I thought "danke schoen" meant hot ham!
While Oma and Aunt Joey are gone, the bar is still here and sometimes I like to drive by. I placed this cache on a whim and the means by which it is attached is not ideal. I will be back soon and make it more durable and easier to retrieve. In the mean time, please be gentle.
GZ is in plain view of quite a few houses but we scoped out the area for awhile and no one seemed to pay us any attention.
It was pretty overcast when I placed the cache so I hope the coordinates are on. When I checked them on the map the satellite image was dark but they did appear to be accurate. If you find they are off please let me know so I can fix them.
Bring your own pen please.
While this cache is on public property, it is in the middle of a residential area. Please be considerate of neighbors and if searching at night try not to look too creepy :)
Congrats to Mos Eisley Pirates on the FTF!
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Last Updated: on 5/16/2013 8:51:11 PM Pacific Daylight Time (3:51 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum