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At the dead-end of a gravel road maintained by the township. Walk back off-road a bit to find it.
Cache is a 30-cal ammo box with log, pens, pencils, and room for trackables and other trade items.
The township road ends here, and gravel driveways lead off to two farms that were bought in the early 1900's by my grandfather and his brother. Today, only one remains in the family.
The cache name comes from the long-time description we've had for this area, and it would not be uncommon to hear something like, "I saw two deer under the hill!" around the house as we were growing up.
The "No Trespassing" signs in the area are intended for deer hunters, not cache hunters.
The cache will receive routine and regular maintenance by the family members still living on the nearby farm.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum