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Get to the "Finnish" line

A cache by avainio Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 06/06/2008
2.5 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

By Enger Tower. Terrain is rocky and the hike is somewhat difficult towards the end. There is a small cliff at the end so people need to be careful. No falling rocks.

It is a medium sized ammo box. Contents include Finnish-American items, an Ojibwe dream catcher, and other trinkets.

Paivaa!! (Hello in Finnish)

This cache is dedicated to Finnish Americans. Did you know that Minnesota has the largest percentage of Finnish-Americans living in its state than any other state in the U.S.? My paternal grandparents were Finnish immigrants. My maternal grandparents were Ojibwe...hence the dream catcher in the cache. I have great memories of taking saunas at my grandparent's farm and of my Finnish grandmother making bread.

Will you be the first to cross the "Finnish" line to find this cache?

This cache is in memory of my Finnish grandparents; Nestor and Amanda.

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