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Mountain Roamer: I’m not able to maintain this cache any longer. Sadly, I’ve decided to archive it. Thank you to all who visited this cache.

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Colorado Spirit Quest #157 - Raymer Cemetery

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Hidden : 11/28/2008
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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!! Exciting New Cache Series!!


“COLORADO SPIRIT QUEST”

The Colorado Spirit Quest is a series of Caches placed by many individuals, near cemeteries and historic sites in hopes of paying respect to the many pioneer ancestors who have ‘walked’ before us.

There are hundreds of cemeteries in the rural and mountain communities across Colorado. This series will introduce you to many of them.

The cache pages will provide a virtual history tour of the cemeteries and tombstones.

COLORADO SPIRIT QUEST is not affiliated with any other ‘Spirit Quest’ group. Special thanks and credit are given to SixDogTeam who started the Indiana Spirit Quest in 2004. The idea has rapidly spread into many states.

The CSQ endeavor is an enormous and relentless task. It cannot be accomplished by just one or two people. This project will only flourish if there is a multitude of volunteer cachers willing to place these caches.

After locating the cache container, take some time to reflect back on the lives of those pioneers and the effort it took to make Colorado such a great state.

If you are interested in joining the “Walking Through History Clan” contact may be made by sending an e-mail to the owner of “Colorado Spirit Quest #1 – Mountain Passage”. Use the ‘Send Message’ link at the center of the page of their profile.

Each person who places a CSQ cache is responsible for its maintenance.

REMEMBER:
If you are APPREHENSIVE about cemeteries – AVOID this series.

Thanks to Clan Members: Greasepot, Taylorgeotracker, Ivy Dog Parents, Team Boogity3, Grand High Pobah, Boborr 80909,Imusttravel2000, Buzz Lightyear I, Sandhill 49er, MrVolkswagen, Isisfan, LadyCoots, Rockymtn8iv, Fork-L-Man, *Sparky*, TwoCs, Outdrlvr201, Condor1, 2Cachedivers, arthurat, smilz787, Kyotmoon and Mountain Roamer.

New Clan members are always Welcome

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Raymer Cemetery (aka, New Raymer Cemetery) is one of the many small cemeteries that can be found on the Pawnee Grasslands. This isolated cemetery is located just north of New Raymer and should be easy to find with the given coordinates. You can actually see it on the hill as you’re driving up the road.

If you do not want to enter the cemetery to retrieve this cache, you will need to turn left just before the second white cattle guard and follow the dirt road that parallels the cemetery. There aren’t many places to hide a cache on the grasslands, so this one shouldn’t be too difficult to find. Hopefully, the wind won’t blow it away!

The cache container is large enough for just a log, so you’ll need to bring a pen/pencil to sign the it.

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Last Updated: on 11/19/2017 5:09:29 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (1:09 AM GMT)
Rendered From:Unknown
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum

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