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Panther's Hollow Overhang

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Hidden : 11/04/2012
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Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

In a scenic portion of Holmes County, Township Road 122 travels through "Panther's Hollow," a local well-known spot that's overhung with trees and is kind of creepy, even during the day!

This cache is located about 100' off the roadway, and depending on the amount of rain received, could be tough to get to.  You're looking for an ammo can painted black to blend into the shadows.  You'll have to cross a small creek that was just a trickle at the time this cache was placed, but if it's after a hard rain, it could easily be a raging river!

There are places along the road to pull off periodically, including an oil well access road just north of this cache.  Otherwise, it's a single-lane road, and if you meet a vehicle, someone will have to back up!  Be careful just pulling onto the shoulder, as it can often be soft, and you may end up stuck.

Very little traffic, except for occasional Amish buggies.

GPS reception is spotty at best in this area, so your geosense may be your best bet when you get close to ground zero.

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