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The Far Side

A cache by Scott & Jeff Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 1/21/2007
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Named after Larson's famous comic, but inspired by it's location, which is well off the beaten path. Short hike, but it's not easy.

We went hiking on Ladyface Mountain today and helped the kids find caches that Trurokr and I had already found. When we got to the "End of the Trail?" cache I spotted a deer on a knoll down below the cache site to the north. We decided that there must be a game trail that way and sure enough, there was. The game trail is very well worn. The only problem is that the game trail is through very dense brush and the trail is about as tall as the deer that travel through it. So you can guess what position you'll be in much of the way down.

The cache shouldn't be too tough to find, but getting there will be a challenge. Look for the game trail. Approaching this from anywhere other than the "End of the Trail?" cache will probably be hazardous.

It's game trails all the way. You should wear long pants and a long sleeved shirt. Expect to get scraped up a little. Along the way you will do rock scrambling. Watch for critters too.

Remember, it's all about the adventure.

The cache is down there.

Looking toward "God's Eye View" from the cache site.


The group at the cache site..


Trurokr's new pet. Found near the cache.

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