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1114 - Cheerleading

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Hidden : 06/20/2011
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Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Segment of the IAT enteringGlacial Blue Rec. Area from the north
Posted Park hours are 6AM-11PM
No Pets allowed

"Cheerleading" is a cache in the 12 part"Wisconsin Sports Series", which is debuting as part of the "2011 West Bend Cache Bash"

In the photo above my daughter is on the far left and up
She is what in cheerleading, is called a "flyer"
That means she literally flys thru the air and is caught.
In the picture the team is preforming what is called a "stunt"
Sometimes the girls perform "stunts" in all kinds of places , including Hotel rooms as my daughter is doing in the picture below.
I'm very proud of her as she cheers for her high school,won the State championship this year!
She also cheers for Heat cheer Allstars,and has won many championships including finishing in the top 15 of all teams in the World this year!
You may need to perform your own "stunt" to get a find on this cache

You can park at either of the posted parking areas.
The best place would be to the south in the large parking lot.
You can collect all 12 in the series from there.
The other option is to cache in a group and park a car at both ends of the area.

Permission granted from Craig Hoeppner to hide geocaches in West Bend City parks, Director of WB Parks, Rec & Forestry Dept
The Geocaching Placement Notification Form has been submitted to Terry Jensen of the Wis. DNR.

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