Survivor Sumner County 2: Siouxre Creek
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Another of the Survivor Sumner County Second Season Series
For over four years, Sioure Creek tolerated the insult of being the least clean stream of the group. This time around, I could not find a suitable site to present it in its true light (somewhat poluted but not to the level that the water glows or catches fire spontaneously). There is too much brush for a quick find and there is no level ground for a brick or metal bridge for a magnetic key holder.
So I pulled a fast one, here. This stream could be Siouxre Creek since it lines up with it, except the Siouxre curves and this creek appears in its place. This is actually Betty & David's Creek but who ever heard of an ampersand in a name and it resembles Siouxre anyway here so...
Actually, there is a cute beaver or muskrat dam just upstream from here. My dad grew up across the road and my aunt and uncle inherited that land.
Enough sentimental jibberish: the cache is a small lock n lock hidden well above the ground to reduce flood danger. Yet you have to bend over to reach it. Please take your time in rehiding it. There is scarcely any traffic on this road, but if it is not well hidden, it would be very easy to see by a passing car, truck or tractor.
Cache contains log sheet with EE digits for Survivor Sumner County Second Season (See GC1HZNP) and small trade items.
fgnaq ba oevqtr naq ernpu bhg naq gbhpu vg.