Lagrac Climbs to 15,000 and Beyond!
In Iowa, United States
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This is a Tribute cache to lagrac, Iowa's Minnesota-based Geocaching Ambassador. If you need someone to help promote Geocaching in your community by way of a Meet and Greet, Brett is the guy to contact. He has done Events in IA, MN, WI, IL, SD, and more recently Alberta, Canada!
In his quest to pick up so many caches he hasn't forgotten the rest of us as he has held 29 Events and placed 153 caches for our caching pleasure. This includes 22 Earthcaches which require a lot of time and research. So stop by and sign this Tribute Cache.
You will be following a "mowed" road (trout stocking truck) to within 108' of this cache. The usual stepping stone water crossing at the bottom of the first hill is above water again with the removal of the Beaver Dam so you can probably stay dry. But once you get to GZ you will be actually standing in the stream, though it is less than a foot deep there. To get to the cache easily, go a little further than your GPS indicates before taking a left in. Refer to the pics at the bottom of this cache page for trail and landmarks which will make this more user friendly. Due to the influence of limestone bluffs on GPS units you may find the pics more useful than your GPS unit.
Then be sure to follow the road up to Cold Water Spring and visit Lagrac's Earthcache (GC1AW1M). While you are here, you may be able to discover why Brett considers this to be one of his "Happy Places"!
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Last Updated: on 11/12/2015 7:07:36 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (3:07 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum