plumbrokeacres: Well all good things must come to an end Thank you to everyone who took the time to find this cache. As per BC Parks Regulations this cache has been here 3 years and now needs to be removed.
Purden Lake Provincial
Nestled in the rolling mountains east of Prince George, Purden
Provincial Park, on the north shore of Purden Lake, is dominated by
Mountains to the south and the McGregor range of the Rockies to the
Densely forested upland with open areas near the lakefront provide
surroundings for a shoreline stroll, swimming or angling for the
Conservation - Purden Lake Provincial Park is
within the Fraser River Basin, an irregularly shaped depression of
rolling hills and shallow lakes covering much of North Central
visitors will find a remarkably diverse range of vegetation
growing atop the
glacial drift that blankets the landscape. White spruce and
can be found at lower elevations with Douglas, balsam and
higher up. Willow, alder and birch thrive along the lakeshore.
(dwarf dogwood) and false Solomon's Seal carpet the forest floor
Indian paintbrush and lupine add a splash of colour to the
spring and early summer.
Wildlife - Purden Lake Park is home to black
moose year round. Visitors may observe beaver, snowshoe hares,
porcupines. Bald eagles and ruffed grouse may be seen in the park
haunting call of the common loon often breaks the evening silence.
Creek the mature forest provides a natural umbrella shading the
channel and creating excellent habitat for the spawning and
Park Size: 2521 hectares
Cache: Cache is a regular
size 550ml Lock and Lock container
When hidden the cache contained
1st, 3rd, and 5th finder prizes
logbook and pencils
A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M ------------------------- N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z
(letter above equals below, and vice versa)
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