2-Mile Geocache: An Endangered Species
In Wisconsin, United States
How Geocaching Works
Ahh, LOOK! I should be inFATuated with giving back exercise to those who come #9999.
Shhh! Be very, very quiet. You are about to enter the habitat of a very rare 2-Mile Geocache! This cache species has recently been placed on the Critically Endangered Cache list by the IUCQC (International Union for the Conservation of Quality Caches) and is in danger of becoming extinct due to CPGD (Chronic Park and Grab Disease).
All geocachers, regular or premium, are welcome to search for the elusive 2-Mile Geocache.
Tips for spotting the 2-Mile Geocache:
- Park in the lot off Cty Hwy I (Decorah Rd). Get out of your vehicle and take the trail. Warning: Your vehicle will be out of sight. If you have CPGD, you may find this extremely difficult.
- Stay on trails at all times to protect the prairie. This cache requires a 2-mile round-trip hike. Yes, 2 MILES, not 2 yards. Again, if you are suffering from CPGD, this cache may not be for you.
- The 2-Mile Geocache lives in secluded areas surrounded by nature, away from traffic and traffic signs.
- The 2-Mile Geocache often hibernates during snowy periods and is difficult to spot in winter months.
Fellenz Woods is protected and preserved by the Ozaukee Washington Land Trust (OWLT). Permission to place this cache granted by Shawn Graff, Executive Director of the OWLT.
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Last Updated: on 4/15/2013 2:45:44 PM Pacific Daylight Time (9:45 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum