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Not to hard to do, But the area was needing something and a cache seemed like the thing to do. Nice little hiking paths, so take a hike before and after.
Well, I had to get out for a while so I took a hike. This is a small cache and not real hard but it will take you to a nice little park overlooking the confluence of the Snake and Clearwater Rivers. I parked at N 46° 25.388' X W 117° 01.997' and went for a stroll.
While out and about, TADA!!!, A Bridge Troll jumped out and said “Hide it here, They will come.” Well, who am I to argue with a Bridge Troll. I rushed off to town and located the required booty for the troll’s need’s. I had a little trouble finding a window of opportunity to get the cache cords so I had to hit a high spot to get them, although they are right on. I had Nine birds with a full scale on the Mag315 and let it average - nice to have that - for a while. Just hung out like a troll overlooking its domain. Just think like a troll. A Bridge troll that is.
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