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This cache is on privite property but we have been given permission to place the cache and for cachers to find it. Please respect the property and do not hunt or do anything to harm or scare the stock in the area. Try to stay on the old road it will take you to within about 50 yards of the cache.
This is a Cache at the old Sinks Dance Hall. It was opened sometime around the end of World War I. 1919-1920. It was a place to go to Dance and have a drink or two. The Railroaders in Lynndyl Opened a Club so they could go to a private place to drink and party. It worked pretty well until around 1925 Shell Nielson got into a fight with one of the Railroaders, They had both been drinking. Shell took a swing at the guy and hit the potbellied stove and it knocked it over. He thought the guy was real solid. The stove tipped over and caught the place on fire and it burned to the ground. All that is left is the cement pillers it used to sit on. The Dance hall was in the clearing, The pillars have been shove up against the hill to the south. If anyone knows any other things about this place please let me know. You will want a high clearance vehichle to go into this one. Wet weather it is real muddy.
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