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Under the Berry Tree in Dayton Port

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Hidden : 11/2/2007
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2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Welcome to Dayton Port Rest Area along MN Highway 10.


This is a nice rest area along Highway 10 just a few miles east of Elk River.  If you are coming from the east, you will need to go PAST the reststop and turn around and come back in the eastbound lane in order to reach the entrance to the rest stop.  Take in the local history by reading the two historical markers nearby. 

This cache is a smaller camo container. Some small items can fit in this container. I hope to replace this with a bigger container eventually. This could be a bit tricky to get to so please use caution.  Leaves and snow both tend to be somewhat slippery.  I made the terrain a bit higher only because its a bit "slippery".  PLEASE replace this cache in the same spot so others can enjoy the find also.   This cache should be winter accessible. 

**In order to count this as a find, go to the coordinates, find the cache and sign the log!!!

Cache on and have fun!


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