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This “song” will take you to the cache.
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Any free-flowing creek in Arizona is a treasure to find and enjoy. So, we wanted to share this one with you. It’s song reminded us of the poem, “Song of the Brook.” We’ve included a fragment of the poem below. We hope you will take the time to read the entire poem.
"Song of the Brook"
By Beulah Wilkins
I watched a happy little brook
Gliding gently on its way;
Soft, enchanting, lovely music,
It so sweetly seemed to play.
Then I noticed as I watched it,
That the song it sweetly sings
Comes from only rocks and pebbles
As the water o’er them swings.
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Now pack a picnic lunch and follow FR 414 west from Rye to FR442 (see waypoint) and then on to this cache. As always, bring plenty of water and beware of venomous creatures in warm weather. To find the cache, use the spoiler photo below. Happy caching!
Congrats to Kitten thecacher & 321Kaboom for Co-FTF
We recommend bringing this spoiler photo with you.
Piggy marks the Spot.
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Last Updated: on 4/15/2018 2:31:57 PM Pacific Daylight Time (9:31 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum