Ring the Bell: 1 Mile Mark
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"There is no shortcut to any place worth going."
You are looking for a 7.62mm ammo box stenciled "GEOCACHE"
on the side of it.
Ahh, a good climb to the top then a hike along and old logging road.
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Once you find the "Cardiac Hill" and "Hanging out" this is the last one I placed (for now anyway) as I explored this ridge top above Wilbur and Watauga Lake.
This one is .28 miles away from the Watauga Powerhouse, but about
1136 ft hike above the lake.
Please place cache back, covered and leave no trace.
CITO is always a great idea, especially in this remote secluded area. Bring a trash bag and pack out any trash you see.
Please do not leave water bottles or insect repellent bottles in the cache. They leak and damage the contents. Also, please do not leave any food products or anything that smells like food (i.e. fruit scented items). Animals will find and destroy the cache if you do. Thanks.
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