This is an easy park’n’grab for anyone travelling from Duluth to, well, maybe Zim. Or Payne or Kelsey.
Like its counterpart in Philadelphia, Independence Hall is a symbol of democracy in action, where virtually dozens of citizens exercise their right to vote on the pressing issues of the day (how many times a year SHOULD Earl mow the cemetery?).
To provide the coordinates to this cache, I’ve taken some liberties with Liberty, a classic old-time fiddle tune. The tune, unlike the cache, is square, and, like most old time music, speeds up with repeated playing.
I am by no means a professional musician, so I ran this by my friends with musical training. They all agreed that I can’t write music. And, no true old time musician would ever play anything in ‘F’.
The cache is medium sized and will fit small trade items. The initial contents are a Sacagawea coin, and a number of liberty-themed items, guitar picks, and the usual assorted trinkets.