As it is close to town, as there are people hiking here, As there
are people riding horses here, As there are people riding off road
here, I decided to hide this one real good. Even better then real
good. All I ask is that if you plan on looking for this one, Plan
on putting it back as well hidden as what you found. If you find
it. I guess I should say that this cache is extremely well hidden.
If you think that it was not hidden very well, let me know and I
will go back and redo it.
This area is part of the oldest forest of Western Juniper that
there is. Period. I was told at one time by an old Forester who
seems to have been here and planted the first trees, That there are
trees here that are well over 400 years old. As you are looking for
this cache, an old ammo can as of 01-05-03, and I stress the word
"looking", you could stumble across some Pronghorn's, Mule Deer,
Wood Rats, Coyote's, Possible some Elk, and if you watch close, you
will see some Cottontails, Black Tailed Jacks, a few Redtails
soaring, and even once and a while an owl or two.
As for parking, well I would suggest somewhere to the East of
the cache and walking in to the cache. But remember, the choice of
road might be the most important part of the trip. As a note to
hunters of the cache, no off roading is allowed even though you see
somewhere that someone else has been there before you. The local
Ranger and State Cops can be about anywhere, even in the air.
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will not be liable for any direct, indirect, punitive, or
consequential damages you may suffer from hunting this cache. If
you attempt this geocache hunt, you do so at your own risk. Know
your limits and do not attempt to exceed your abilities.