A Point to Ponder
In Wisconsin, United States
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This cache is close to "Sander's Park, Our Home Away Fom Home" cache GC201KP. When we come down here to camp and visit, we try to make it a Point, to ponder a Point or two around a campfire with family and friends.
Let me present a Point here and now. I like to geocache... my wife Kelly and a few friends think I'm a CACHE-A-HOLIC, addicted to the cache. Yeah right! I only cache on warm sunny days, cold winter days, nights, rain or snow, oh and on nights with a full moon too. I even have been known to go out late on Christmas Eve in a ice storm for a string of FTFs. OK, I really, really like to geocache. Also ponder these Points: You can get some good exercise when you're out geocaching. I've hiked, biked, climbed, canoed, snowshoed, swam, and have gone cross country skiing to get to caches. And you get to meet up with some really nice and interesting people as you make your way to some caches and or events. Like the cachers We've met in Racine at the BCCC for coffee on a Saturday morning. On a bus load of geocachers singing, dancing, and playing games, with everyone getting off the bus at a cache and back on as we head to the next cache near West Bend celebrating the "Ecorangers" 20,000 cache find. Or while riding with a group of cachers doing a 21 stage multi cache and other caches along a 20 plus mile bike ride on the Green Circle Trail around the Stevens Point area that the "bandits" had set up. I know I pondered a few Points while logging my finds after that fun day. Anyway, here's my Point...come out here and see what the Point of this cache is all about. Have fun, but PLEASE be careful when opening the container. and PLEASE replace it as you found it, so everyone has a chance to look for and find it the same way.
Cogratulations go out to "ruff 54" on the FTF and to "Table 4 6" on 2TF
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Last Updated: on 2/18/2017 9:42:28 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (5:42 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum