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This cache originally got it's name from the space in between two sets of trees as we approached the area and I thought it looked like a field goal :) ***8/21/16 Replaced missing cache again, with a pill bottle able to hold a log and some tiny swag. It's newer location at N42 54.969 W088 19.075 will be even easier to find. Happy hunting and watch for ticks!
***8/21/16 Mr. Grapes and our new puppy Diamond, replaced this missing cache with another pill bottle, able to hold tiny swag. Watch for thorns and BYOP. It's newer location at N42 54.969 W088 19.075 will be even easier to find. Happy hunting and watch for ticks!
Decided to go back to the Marsh with one of our Labsdale geo-dogs, Barkley, to place more caches in an area we really enjoy and already have caches in, including Barkley's cache.
There are two nearby areas to park, either N42 55.197 W088 19.586 or N42 55.323 W088 19.258, depending on which caches you want to start with and be close to. I'd recommend the latter, near Molly's cache and right off Hwy. I. Dog friendly area, be mindful of seasonal hunters. Use bug spray and check for ticks.
The Geocache Notification Form has been submitted to Waukesha County office of the Wisconsin DNR. Geocaches placed on Wisconsin Department of Natural Resource managed lands require permission by means of a notification form. Please print out a paper copy of the notification form, fill in all required information, then submit it to the land manager. The DNR Notification form and land manager information can be obtained at: (visit link) WI DNR Form 2500-118 has been filed for permission to hide this cache on state owned property.
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