Wisconsin/Devon Exchange Cache
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This treasure hunt will take you on a journey far and wide and maybe you will even get to know something about another country and even have a new caching friend when it is all done. Remember, it is about those you meet along the way and not (necessarily) the numbers.
First you need to find the Wisconsin/Devon Exchange cache at the coordinates listed above. Inside the cache you will find some information that will be helpful to complete your mission (DO NOT POST THIS INFORMATION.) Next you need to contact ANY geocacher who has found coordinates to the Devon/Wisconsin Exchange Stage 1 in Wisconsin. (as a courtesy if the finder has already logged a find for the final please find another cacher so that one person does not get hit with a lot of requests) You can do this a few ways. You can look to see who has found the cache in Wisconsin GC3MZ3C and contact that cacher, you may post a note for assistance on the Devon/Wisconsin Exchange page, or you can visit the site yourself. Finally, you need to find the final cache. Here is the fun part. Once you find the final cache please include the name of the Wisconsin cacher in the physical log who assisted you on this journey. In addition, please add the name of the Wisconsin geocacher in your online log. Photos of yourself finding the cache would be a nice touch so your American counterpart can put a face to a name however, this is not a requirement. Oh I know in the beginning we said that this was about those cachers and friends you meet along the way and not about the numbers; well, since you have followed all of our requests and your American counterpart has done the same (both of your names are in the logs) you get to log that cache too. Now for some fun facts on Wisconsin USA
State Motto: "Forward" Reflecting Wisconsin's continuous drive to be a national leader, the state adopted "Forward" as the official state motto in 1851. State Bird: Robin (Turdus migratorius) A welcome sign of the coming spring, the red-breasted robin won the hearts of school children across the state, who voted to name it the state bird in 1926-27.
State Dog: American Water Spaniel Full of life, and always ready to spring into action for the hunt, the American water spaniel won the hearts of the citizens of Wisconsin, who selected it as the state dog in 1985.
State Beverage: Milk The perfect complement to cookies, "America's Dairyland" chose to make milk the official beverage of the state to echo its abundant dairy heritage in 1987. Wausau is the Ginseng Capital of the World. Frank Lloyd Wright was born in Richland Center on June 8, 1867 Mount Horeb's internationally known Mustard Museum holds the world's largest mustard collection. The museum contains more than 2,300 varieties of mustard. The museum celebrates National Mustard Day each August.
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