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Long ago, in the Lincoln National Forest in New Mexico, a brown bear cub was trapped and injured in a major forest fire.
Forest rangers, wardens and veterinarians treated his wounds and burns. One of them gave the bear a name and decided to use his picture in fire safety posters.
Since his home was destroyed, he was flown to a zoo in Washington D.C. where someone put a forest ranger hat on him, just like in the posters. Newspaper reporters started calling him SMOKEY BEAR.
Note: Look for the trailhead marker about 100 feet to the south east of the parking area. The cache is a short distance off of the red trail. Be sure to set your GPS to create a tracklog (bread crum trail) as there are many fallen trees (hence diffriculty 2.5) and the trail markings are few so that you do not get lost on this eazy find.
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Last Updated: on 2/3/2017 3:41:47 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:41 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum