Moonlighting for Cache Resurrection(Night Cache)
In Wisconsin, United States
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This cache is an attempt to create a unique, different type of cache. As the name implies, this cache is recommended for night, in fact, you may not be able to find it in the daytime. I hope you have fun. Let me know.
Lots of darkness
A bright flashlight
Possibly some “skeeter” repellant.
On-road parking is available at N44 15.388 W088 18.669. From the parking area, walk 300 feet west on the CE Trail to the starting coordinates OR, you could bike here from many other locations along the CE Trail OR, you could bike here from many different trail heads in the Don Fries Recreational Area in Combined Locks. Once you get to the listed starting coordinates, head north on the grassy trail. When you reach the woods, STOP, turn on your bright flashlight and start scanning for the first set of “markers”. When you see the “marker”, head towards it and, when reached, STOP and once again scan with your flashlight for the next “markers” and so on… The stops are marked with one to two “markers” each and when you reach the final you will know as it is a natural geobeacon marked with a double marker. When you get there begin looking for the hidden bison tube and please don't drop it! Please use good sense and move carefully in the dark. STAY SAFE! Good luck and have fun “Moonlighting for Cache”!
4-27-11 I saw this cache got archived, and had so much fun finding it when I did, I couldn't leave it that way. Especially because night caches are sparse in the area to begin with. I decided to go out and check the course. The natural geobeacon final was no longer, so I moved 2 extra tacks from the course, and relocated the final nearby. I hope you don't mind Giz, as I used most of the original cache page also!
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Last Updated: on 2/1/2017 8:17:12 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (4:17 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum