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Labsdales begin with L of course :) Part of the alphabet soup series. Enjoy! Replaced missing cache on 7/9/11 with large pill bottle. Follow the little trail on the south side of the Glacier Drumlin to the split in the tree. Cache is hidden in the crook under a piece of bark/wood. BYOP.
Part of the Labsdales A-Z Alphabet Soup series, these caches are all placed on the Glacier Drumlin trail, containers varying from micro-regular and all contain swag. BYOP, as only the regulars have pens. All alphabet letters that spell out L-A-B-S-D-A-L-E-S and G-E-O-D-O-G-S are all regular caches and may even contain "pet" swag :) You can hike, bike or blade these trails. Leashed, dog-friendly trail, but can be busy. Be sure to bring bug spray, watch out for mugglers and enjoy! *** As of 7/9/11, replaced missing cache with large pill bottle. Follow the little trail on the south side of the Glacier Drumlin to the split in the tree. Cache is hidden in the crook under a piece of bark/wood. BYOP.
The Glacial Drumlin Trail is open to bikers, walkers, joggers and roller-bladers. It is well-paved and plowed in the winter. Adult bikers (ages 16+) are required to purchase a state trail bike pass BEFORE riding on the trail. Not having it along with you will cost extra $ if you are stopped by a ranger, in addition to the normal fees. Walkers, joggers, geo-dogs, children on bikes under 16 and Labsdales riding in their Petego Sports Wagon bike trailer do not need a trail pass. The state trail bike pass is available as a daily or yearly pass. The 2010 rate: Yearly Pass $20 and Daily Pass $4. The pass is good for any state trail. There's a self-pay station along the trail, just east of Hwy. 83, with bathrooms, drinking fountains, a picnic shelter with benches, a small playground and parking.
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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Last Updated: on 07/06/2016 18:10:05 Pacific Daylight Time (01:10 GMT)
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