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vanman_30: Was surprised to see this cache was still near it's original hiding spot with all the recent flooding. This one has run it's course though so time to archive.


CSI: Wolf Creek

A cache by Gideon & Vanman_30 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/21/2007
1.5 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Please do not disturb any evidence you may find.



This is one of 12 caches placed in the CSI series.  Prizes may be won for finding the whole series.

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You will need to write down the LETTER found on the inside lid of the ammo can at each cache in the CSI series.

Upon finishing all 11 caches, figure out the final cache, called CSI - Swan Song, using the chart provided.


A 50mm Ammo can can be found at this single stage cache along the Wolf Creek.

This cache takes you back in the woods where it's hidden, just off of Wolf Creek. It's an enjoyable quarter mile hike off of Old 27. You might be able to drive about half way to the cache with a good four-wheel drive, but not all the way. It's not a super easy walk because you have to hop over a 2 foot wide creek (if you can even call it that).





Here is the complete cache series;


CSI - Carp River

GC12XYP CSI - Fur Farm
GC12QHV CSI - McCormick Place
GC12XPM CSI - McIreland


CSI - Memorial Forest
GC12XPW CSI - Salt River
GC12XZV CSI - Solitude
GC12QH6 CSI - West Branch, Sturgeon River
GC132JZ CSI - Wolf Creek

GC1334W CSI - Rest In Peace
GC13356 CSI - Peaceful Mountain
    BONUS Final Cache
GC12Y1B CSI - Swan Song

Additional Hints (Decrypt)


Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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