Lost in Josten: Walking on Trees
In Wisconsin, United States
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I gave up on my "Lost in Josten" multicache and decided to make a couple "family friendly" caches that are pretty easy to find since I like sharing these types of caches with my own kids. I realized there aren't too many places to hide a larger cache even though the park is huge. There are a lot of trails and people - not too many places off the beaten path to hide an ammo box.
The rest of the park is now open if anyone wants to hide caches (as of April, 2010). I have an idea where want to hide another cache, but if someone else takes the area, that's fine. It would be nice if it were a "regular" sized cache.
This one is about a tenth of a mile from one of the parking areas of Josten Park. The parking area is at N44 27.353 W87 58.218 and has a nice little play area for the kids.
Please cover the cache as you found it.
Oh, I forgot to mention. In case you were wondering, horses are NOT allowed in Josten Park. I read it on the sign. I thought that was pretty funny.
The park is open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. according to the sign.
Congratulations to "bigguy-pmurk" for the FTF!
"Nezcvg" bs gur snyyra ornfg.
Last Updated: on 05/21/2016 12:05:41 Pacific Daylight Time (19:05 GMT)
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