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While caching in the area again, I decided this would be a good spot for my first cache in New Hampshire. Enjoy
Samuel Dinsmoor was governor of New Hampshire from June 2, 1831 to June 5, 1834.
Dinsmoor was born in Windham, NH on July 1, 1766; he graduated from Dartmouth College in 1789; admitted to the bar and practiced in Keene, NH; served in the US Congress from 1811-13; he served as a member of the commission to establish the boundary line between the States of New Hampshire and Massachusetts in 1825; on March 15, 1835 he died and is interned in the Washington Street Cemetery in Keene, NH.
It should also be noted that Samuel Dinsmoor, Jr., also served as governor from 1849-1852. He was born in Keene, not in Windham.
If you park at the end of Gov. Dinsmore Rd Ext. you will have a nice, pleasant walk down to the cache area. Just a little bit passed the point you are perpendicular cache you find a nice wide trail that will bring you within 30 feet of the cache. If you are coming from the bike trail look for the metal bridge just east of the cache. Follow the trail from there over to the cache area taking a left on the nice wide trail just before the cache.
The cache it self is a red tube with a log inside a ziplock inside. Enjoy.
Good luck and good caching,
Congrats to britpitts on the FTF
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum