I C U off the I
In Wisconsin, United States
How Geocaching Works
Use of geocaching.com services is subject to the terms and conditions in our disclaimer
Enjoy waving at a few muggles as you sign this cache for this smiley ! ! ! There's not much they can do here but watch. The Cache is a white pill bottle that can be seen clearly from the east bound side of I-94, but don't try accessing it from here, it's illegal to stop along the interstate, unless for emergency reasons. Easily seen, but a 'bear' to reach - just the way we like them...
Well, here's one that shouldn't be to hard to find. In fact, you can actually see it hanging about 7 feet in the air on a Jack Pine limb as you drive by on the "I"... Problem is, you can't stop and go to it from the interstate, unfortunately. It's not because of the fence in-between, it's because you can't stop along the interstate, unless it's actually for an emergency. And geo caching isn't exactly an emergency (Although some may think this at times)... So, the best place to access this cache, is from its westerly side along Hwy 12. There is parking located at: N44 15.095 W090 46.027 as well as an old road that use to run through here before they created the interstate, so now the road just kind of goes no where. But be forwarned, even though there was a road here once, you'll want take note of the terrain rating. The travel gets wet at times, and winter isn't going to solve this problem much. There is a bridge along the way, but as you will see, nature had something different in mind for where it wanted the water to run. Take a reading of where you parked along with you as well, to make the return shorter for you. There's actually another cache in-between, to make up for the effort you'll put forth on this one. Enjoy the area, it's some of Jackson County's finest... We would like to thank Kay Finch/Perry Creek Cranberry, for allowing us to place this cache on their property..
obbgf xrrc gur srrg qel, ohg gurl qb yvggyr sbe gur fxrrgref
Last Updated: on 11/26/2015 6:46:19 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (2:46 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum