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The "four" islands of Lake Titloe. One of a series of four that will require a water craft or during winter when the lake is frozen. One launch or snowmobile ride and four caches.
This is often called Tree Island by the locals. Can be easily seen and accessed by Gaylord Game Protective League Park, or more commonly called the "Pow-Wow Grounds"
The famous artist Les C. Kouba depicted these islands with 13 flying Red Heads in the painting.
"A Century of Redheads Over Lake Titloe"
There are three small ducks to represent the three "Redheads" on our team. Grandma who lives on the shores of Lake Titloe is our original "Redhead"
Container is a film like canister, so you will need to BYOP
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum