River rat playing a mountain goat
In Wisconsin, United States
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Located on DNR public hunting land, down in the wisconsin river bottoms. I felt like this guy when I was placing this cache.
I grew up not to far from here and was out doing some driving around with my dad talking about how things used to be in the area when we decided to look for some places to put a few new caches. Growing up we were called river rats, heck they even made t-shirts that said it on them.
This was the second stop of the day, when we pulled up there were some really cool rock formations just up from the designated DNR parking area, then I looked to my right and smiled. I knew immediatly where this cache needed to go and what kind of container it needed to be.
You are headed for that shallow cave way up there, and you are looking for a 50 cal ammo can. The can is not camo'd or hidden at all because I have no fear any humans other than cachers will go up there. Watch out for the animal scat once you get up there, its not feline, but its large, coyote I would guess. Enjoy your climb up, have a seat on the ledge once your up and enjoy the view and watch for deer down in the valley. This is a tough climb, I was using all 4's to get to the ledge as I went up and had to toss the ammo can ahead as I could'nt climb holding it.
I feel this is the appropriate cache to place as my response to GC21Z36.
The Geocache Notification form has been submitted to the Wisconsin DNR Service Center. Geocaches placed on Wisconsin Department of Natural Resouce managed lands require permission by means of a notification form.
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Last Updated: on 5/4/2013 2:32:49 PM Pacific Daylight Time (9:32 PM GMT)
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