There is a dog pen on the opposite side of the quilt building and although he doesn’t bite, he will bark a lot and get this cache shut down.
After you find the cache, be sure to drive about a quarter mile west to see a beautiful example of some old Belgian Brickwork on a house (before the mega-farm).
This cache will bring you to a viewing location for one of the Barn Quilts of Door County. The quilt is one of 45 placed in Door County between 2010-2012 as a joint project of the UW-Extension, 4-H members and leaders, FFA members and alumni, local quilt guild members and other volunteers.
The goals of the Door County Barn Quilt Project are:
- Promote the agricultural heritage of Door Co.
- Provide education about the art and history of quilting
- Highlight the architecture and historical significance of barns throughout Door Co.
- Encourage economic development by promoting rural tourism
- Build an adult-youth partnership through the implementation of the project
Please tread lightly as you search out the caches. CITO and BYOP. Feel free to post pictures of the barn quilts, but please don’t give away the cache location or container.