Pine Hill Cemetery
In Wisconsin, United States
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The Pine Hill Cemetery is a small country cemetery located in Northern Clark County.
The initial coordinates will lead you to two grave markers for the Fahrenbach's and the Zender's located in the Pine Hill Cemetery.
We have provided clues to the final coordinates.
As this is a cemetery cache please remember------->
* Please be respectful to the deceased and
other visitors to the cemetery.
* If there is a service, please come back at a different time;
this is a small cemetery.
* The cache is not in, on or touching any grave or marker.
* You will not need to disturb the area in any way.
The first grave markers you arrive at are the Fahrenbach's & the Zender's. Notice the year of death of three of them (mom, daughter & son-in-law), it is the same (car accident).
All four at this site would have loved geocaching. They will definately enjoy the extra visitors :)
A = Three died in the same year; the last number in the year of their death.
B = The 4th grave marker to the east of the Fahrenbach & the Zender markers, you will see a farm depicted on the Weideman grave marker.
Count the number of silos minus 4.
C= Number of large stone crosses on the west side of the cemetery minus 2.
D = On the Pine Hill Cemetery sign, the sum of the year the cemetery was established minus 12.
E = On the Pine Hill Cemetery sign, the number of pine cones depicted.
F = The number of people "living" permanently in the cemetery.
The cache is in a medium sized spice container wrapped in camouflage tape. The cache contains a logbook & pencil & can hold small items. Travel bugs & geocoins should fit.
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 5/4/2013 4:06:09 PM Pacific Daylight Time (11:06 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum