31st Scout Troop In The Badlands Traditional Geocache
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This camo L & L is located no more than 5 m off the trail. PLEASE OBEY ALL SIGNS IN THE PARK FOR THERE AREAS THAT ARE PROTECTED. The 31st St. Cyprians Scout troop spent a weekend at camp out at beautiful Dinosaur Provincial Park. They spent the weekend learning about geocaching. We quickly learned that this place lacks geocaches. So we planted a couple while out there. This is one of them.
Some things to remember while searching: Dinosaur Provincial Park is home to Prairie Rattlesnakes. These snakes are venomous, but if you avoid long grass and listen for their rattling warning, you are likely to avoid an encounter. There are also Black Widow spiders and Northern Scorpions which call Dinosaur Provincial Park their home. Avoid placing your hands or feet anywhere your eyes haven't been. Finally, after rainfall, the mudstone and sandstone can become very slippery. Searching for geocaches among the hills should be reserved for dry days
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