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Near a state maintained trail, parking is easy, right at the base of the hill, but trail is accessible from nearly anywhere in the park by way of all trails. No bikes on trails, but dogs are OK on a short leash (8ft or less).
this is a camo covered match container, contians a log book and pencil. just enough room for some small geocoins and path tags, one pathtag already in there for the FTF.
Near a state maintained trail, parking is easiest if done at a "marked" "historical" parking spot, but trail is accessible from nearly anywhere in the park by way of all trails. No bikes on trails, but dogs are OK on a short leash (8ft or less).
The reason for the strange name of this cache is because my wife and i were married in the park on 6-26-04, at the then newly constructed shelter. So, for our 4th anniversary, we placed a cache not far from where we exchanged our vows.
As far as we have been able to tell, we were the second couple to be married in the park, as one of the WCC workers that built the stairs on the mound was wed on the steps just after competion. it really is a beautiful place.
Like some of the other caches in the park have already said, this park is kinda famous for being the first to allow caching, thanks to Ranger Dave, a personal friend of ours that now is a Ranger at Brunnet Island State Park in Cornell.
Ranger Joe(also a friend) now is the one responsable for letting us place this cache, thanks Joe, even if you did miss the wedding, and the excuse that you had to work seems pretty flimsy. LOL
This one isn’t too tough, fairly likely GZ not far from trail.
qbja gerr gehax
Last Updated: on 5/15/2013 9:54:28 PM Pacific Daylight Time (4:54 AM GMT)
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