IT'S BACK! If you've never seen my stick, the Seldom Seeker, this will be a perfect opportunity to do so. When you grab the Seeker, you'll have what you need to determine the first waypoint as well as the final coords. You must log the grab of the Seeker before proceeding with the cache find. When you get to waypoint one, you will use the same technique you used to get the initial coordinates to determine the coordinates for the final.
When you get to the final you will need to use one of the accouterments of the Seldom Seeker to retrieve the cache. Please be very careful with this piece of equipment (and the stick in general) and note that you may need to remove the boot protecting it. Please make every attempt to replace the final as you find it. I know this could be tricky but at the same time make sure it isn't wedged in place either.
This cache is dedicated to Team Hemisphere Dancer who created the Seldom Seeker and creates many other fine walking sticks. This is an opportunity for you to see and use one for yourself for a time and appreciate his handiwork. Be advised, Hemi does like to walk.
The Seldom Seeker has been slightly enhanced and care should be taken not to overuse the many attachments it wields so that others may enjoy it for a long time to come. In particular, use the light sparingly. The Seldom Seeker cannot reside in any cache but must be grabbed by one cacher from another cacher on the trail.
The Geocache Notification Form has been submitted to the High Cliff State Park Geocache Liaison, Jay Vosters, of the Wisconsin DNR.