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Highway 2 Hieroglyphics

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Hidden : 05/18/2007
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Geocache Description:

This is a gravel turnout off US #2 between milemarker 107 & 108.

Cache container is small, round rubbermaid bowl with red lid. Small trade items only.

This site has ancient Indian hieroglyphics on a rock wall behind a chainlink fence. Heading east toward Kalispell turnout will be on left. Heading west toward Libby, turn right into turnout. There will be a rock wall with a chainlink fence in front of it. Hieroglyphics are on this wall and very interesting to study. Cache site is well away from rock wall so not to cause any undue foot traffic.

This is a great place to stop and walk the dogs. KEEP AN EYE ON DOGS AND YOUNG CHILDREN AS THIS SITE IS CLOSE TO MAJOR HIGHWAY. Great CITO site as muggles take the opportunity to clean out the car while stopped here. We filled a garbage sack while hiding this cache, but could use more work.

Original contents: beanz trading card, coleman mantles, card game, gold coin, renesrenegades sig item, Deadwood/Wild Bill Hickok poker chip, domino, ring, leopard bead, army man, bag clip, logbook/pencil/sharpener/stashnote

Bring your own pencil/pen just in case.

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