A moment of Zen
In Wisconsin, United States
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Perhaps the toughest geocache I've ever placed.
It’s in a beautiful location. It is overlooking the Turtle Creek. You can bring your trout rod and catch a few if you’re lucky. They are doing a little logging in the area so it is a little brushy but manageable. The geocache is a 50 caliber ammo box. The land that it is on is public. There are a little over 1000 acres here!!! Note for others… more geocaches!!! The terrain is pretty steep in areas around the river. If you are attempting this geocache from the east you will need to have some waders or at least knee high boots or some other means of crossing the river. If coming in from the west you will not need the waders. Anyway I hope that everyone gets a chance to enjoy this beautiful location. Enjoy!
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Last Updated: on 1/13/2013 5:54:02 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (1:54 AM GMT)
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