Take Aim, Cover Your Ears!
In Wisconsin, United States
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Offset Cache - You must figure direction!
Bring pencil or pen!
When we got to the coords, we fired the cache, and it went 638 feet. The wind was out of the SW, so it drifted a few feet. You have to figure the direction. (It's easy)
This is a small park with no cover, so you may have to return later if it's busy.
I've noticed a lot of new urban caches in Kenosha, and I thought I'd add my own - just down the street from where I(Little Rover) live. It's in a park dedicated to the 32nd Red Arrow Division from WWI & WWII. (Historical marker about 1 or 2 miles south on Sheridan Road describes in detail.)
This is part of a series of caches that Draconis and I have been placing around southeast Wisconsin called "Hidden In Plain Sight" caches. These caches will not really be hidden. They may be camouflaged or in a spot you would not normally look. They may be disguised as something else or sitting between two other items. They may not be easy to find, but they will be in plain sight, as least from some angle.
Gravity likes to play with this cache a lot.
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Last Updated: on 4/6/2013 1:30:13 PM Pacific Daylight Time (8:30 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum