Two Does in the Woods
In Wisconsin, United States
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You are looking for a very large jar wrapped with camo duct tape. There is lots of room for swag here. The container is not far off of the Ice Age Trail at Lapham Peak State Park. You will need to pay an entrance fee to enter the park if you don't have an annual pass. The closest parking lot is up by the tower so be prepared for a hike down a steep hill, then back up again to get out. The coordinates for the parking lot are at N43 02.029 W88 23.549. You will need to visit when the park is open. It is open from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.spring, summer, and fall and from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. in the winter.
This should be a very easy find since it is so big. Because of it's size I would say that it is winter-friendly. When we hid this cache we were also completing the nearby EarthCache and saw two does across the pond. This is how we chose the name for the cache.
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- Two does in the wodsWe were completing the nearby EarthCache when we spotted these two deer across the pond. They watched us for a few minutes and then turned up their white tails at us and ran away.
Last Updated: on 05/23/2016 09:46:19 Pacific Daylight Time (16:46 GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum