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Found it cbiij found The Kingpins

Saturday, March 30, 2013Wisconsin

FTF! Unbelievable! We were in Eau Claire for the last couple days and had a devil of a time trying to find caches still buried under two feet of snow. It started raining late last night and continued to pour most of today, so after hanging around the city for a couple extra hours hoping the rain would let up we started heading home. We stopped in the pouring rain for only four caches and then called WorldServer when we got closer to Merrill, as we had planned on trading TB's today on our way through there. She said she had to go to Tomahawk with her hubby and would rather meet there than at home. We said "fine" and kept on driving that way. Imagine our surprise when our map showed new caches had been published in town - AND THAT THE CACHE OWNER WAS WORLDSERVER (that little stinker! How could she publish caches when she knew we were so far away?). When we looked them up, we found that Deitzd had already found two of them. We figured he would have found the other three before we drove the rest of the way into town, so didn't hurry on, instead stopping to meet Worldserver as planned and spent an hour visiting and trading TB's before heading out.) In fact we seriously thought about just heading home and skipping them - but by then it had finally stopped raining - and we weren't too far away - and "Gee, I guess we might as well get them taken care of." We were totally surprised to be FTF on this one at 4:20 P.M. Hope that's a good sign - still two left without Deitzd logs posted. (Thanks for a winter friendly cache - didn't get any more soaked than we already were!i)

infoThis is the original cache type consisting, at a bare minimum, a container and a log book. Normally you'll find a tupperware container, ammo box, or bucket filled with goodies, or smaller container ("micro cache") too small to contain items except for a log book. The coordinates listed on the traditional cache page is the exact location for the cache.
 
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