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DogSoft Finds 1,000!

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Hidden : 3/5/2010
2.5 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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DogSoft Finds 1,000!
DogSoft has had his sights set on 1,000 finds for longer than I can remember. He's now going to march his way to 1,000 in march, one of the best caching months there is.

Cache is on river bluffs just of East River road. This is my first cache on the "fun side" of the Mississippi river. There's a trail that leads to about 40 feet away from the cache. No fences to climb or rock climbing gear needed. Terrain is easier on the way to the cache, and kinds tricky on the way out.

Stealth is a must. This cache is so close to that paved road that people will be going by all the time on a nice day and they will pop out of nowhere on you. Bring a lookout if you can. The cache is a silver ammo can. Please replace as found or better since it is silver and easy to see. Pen and swag in container, a geocoin and FTF prize.

This caches is placed in an area that El Hanzo and Hatlevip played at as kids. We climbed all over the rocks and we still got the rock climber in us. Good Luck Hunting!

Congrats to DogSoft and the others for the FTF

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