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-Rusty-: The Chippewa Nature Center has requested that this cache be archived. Their attempts to contact the cache owner were not successful. If you are the owner of this cache please remove it from the property.

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Rusty... volunteer reviewer.


Shed Antler Cache

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Hidden : 05/18/2009
1 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Short distance off the Chippewa Trail. A little bush whacking required (20-30 ft,). Should be an easy find.

This cache was so named as we found an antler that had been shed there. It is in excellent shape. We took this as a good omen and decided what a great place to put a cache.

This cache is located off the Chippewa Trail which connects the Chippewa Nature Center and the Tridge in downtown Midland. It is a paved biking and hiking trail. The parking access that is closest to this cache is on Grey Road just off Pine River Road.It is only a short walk to the cache from here. The parking area is closed at dark.

For the FTF - a deck of Turkey playing cards. Other items include 2 geo buttons, a geo pin, and our signature card.

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