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This is a quick drive up cache along Hwy 20. You'll just barely
need to leave the pavement and should be able to locate quite
If you are like me or my sister (who frequently drives this road),
you can get quite drowsy. There is nothing to see, nothing to do,
not a bend in the road for miles and quite often... not even
another car to be seen. These quick little cache stops really help
keep you awake! I discovered a long stretch without any leg
stretchers and came upon this spot... just as I was getting drowsy.
Nice wide spot for most all vehicles to safely pull in and have a
The cache is a pill bottle with the child safety ON... we wouldn't
want those darned kids to get to the cache and sign in first! It
contains a log, and for the FIRST TO FIND... a little treat from
It will be interesting to see if the FIRST TO FIND will be a local
(which I am not sure where that would be from... didn't see too
many houses along this stretch!) or a visitor, just whizzing
If you happen to be working on the Oregon DeLorme Challenge, this
will take care of page 78 for you!
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:38:44 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:38 PM GMT)
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