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I LOVE New Hampshire! I do say that it might just be the best state to live in!
The best part about New Hampshire? So many interesting places to go and see! So many back roads to who knows where!!
This cache is located off of Liberty Tree Road, which is off of Day Pond Road. I guess you could take Liberty Hill Road in from Henniker too, but I didn't go that way, so I don't know what the road looks like.
I DO NOT suggest driving down this road. While it looks okay for trucks and some cars at the beginning, I warn you, it gets pretty boulder-y further in. There is also a bridge that is NOT strong enough to hold vehicles. It's a very good road for four-wheelers, though. Plenty of mud holes and rocks to climb.
Park at start of Liberty Tree Rd (see New Hampsha' for Damn Sha! for parking spot), and enjoy the peaceful walk down Liberty Tree Rd.
I didn't see any signs of bears, but it doesn't mean they aren't out here. I did see moose poop, so they're here somewhere. I also saw some shotgun shells, so please be careful during hunting season!
I was trying to find the Indian Tie-Up location down here, but heck, without a map or knowing exactly what it looks like, I wasn't going to venture too far into the woods by myself. I'll talk to the historical society one Saturday and maybe get them to draw me a map and a picture. Lol.
Cache is jam packed with things you can use outdoors in New Hampshire. Also, a few small New Hampshire trinkets/souvenirs.
FTF gets a great New Hampshire prize...please note that the FTF prize is NOT in the container because it wouldn't fit. You are welcome to take anything from the cache as well!
Congrats to Team Yianni for FTF!
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