Stone's Bridge: Stones Throw
In Wisconsin, United States
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Cache is located near the Stone's Bridge canoe landing, not on, under or near the bridge.The camouflaged container (thanks to Hayward Cheezehead for the container) is medium size with assorted swag and a TB: Moose on the Moove. Please sign log and re-hide the cache well.
The name, Stone’s Bridge, comes from Judge Stone who owned property adjacent to the bridge. The official name of the river, Bois Brule means “blackened river” referring to the forest fires in the valley in past times.
This canoe landing often referred to as simply Stone's Bridge, is a popular beginning point for canoe floats down the Bois Brule River. It takes approximately four hours to reach Winneboujou canoe landing. The river winds through black spruce, tamarack and cedar bogs. Then begins a series of rapids followed by river widenings such as Big Lake & Lucius Lake.
The Geocache Notification form has been submitted to the land manager of the Brule River State Forest Department of Natural Resources Headquarters of the Wisconsin DNR.
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Last Updated: on 2/7/2016 11:39:39 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (7:39 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum