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You will find this cache on the brown trail (squirrel) in the Fred Dill Wildlife Sanctuary and can be accessed via the Putnam Trail way also.
Whether you hike to this location on the trails from the Sanctuary entrance on Fair Street or access the trail from the Putnam Trail Way you will definitely get a little work out getting here. I have given a couple parking options below as well as a few ways to access the trails in the Sanctuary off of the Putnam Trail Way, which ever way you come is entirely up to you. It is hard to get a good reading in this place for whatever reason and the coordinates are high averages over a couple days so they should get you close enough. There are other caches in the Fred Dill Sanctuary as well as some on this section of the Trail way............PLEASE put the container back as you found it and take the time to close it properly and.................As always Have Fun, Be Safe, and Enjoy!
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Last Updated: on 5/28/2018 5:00:05 AM Pacific Daylight Time (12:00 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum