Walking On Water
In Wisconsin, United States
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A beautiful short walk. Perhaps you may want to throw in a line and enjoy the outdoors. 4/1/17 I replaced the cache with a new container and paper. (AND a mini Geocache magnet for the first to find) The original paper was still intact and well kept. Brink your own pencil! Thanks for all whom enjoy this cache!
Established in honor of Herbert M. Warner in 1976. To locals this site is known as Plum crossing, where the railroad crossed the west end of Plum Lake. The original pilings were used for the fishing pier with the remainder still visible above the water, showing the railroads path. Mr. Warner was a lumberman and resort owner with interest in Vilas and Oneida Counties. He homesteaded on Plum Lake in 1899, where he built Forest Home Resort. Warner was also instrumental in bringing about the creation of the Township of Plum Lake. He became the Town's first accessor and donated 40 acres of land and cash to help establish the Plum Lake Golf Course.
Beware of muggles! Please be very discrete and place back exactly as found.
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Last Updated: on 4/1/2017 3:37:57 PM Pacific Daylight Time (10:37 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum