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Mile Marker 194

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Hidden : 08/19/2013
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Geocache Description:

U.S. Route 69 is a north south United States highway. When it was first created, it was only 150 miles long, but it has since been expanded into a Minnesota to Texas cross-country route. US 69 is a noteworthy victim of Street sign theft because of the sexual connotation of its route number.

In Lamoni, US 69 makes a sharp turn toward the east. West of Leon, US 69 merges with SH-2. In downtown Leon, US 69 heads north, while SH-2 heads east. East of Lake Ahquabi State Park, US 69 merges with US 65. The two highways continue to head north. At the intersection with SH-5, US 65 heads east concurrent SH-5 and US 69 continues to head north.
In Ames, US 69 makes a left turn, then a right turn, and continues heading north. East of Clarion, US 69 briefly merges with SH-3. The two highways soon split with SH-3 heading east and US 69 heading north. Near Garner, US 69 briefly heads west concurrent with US 18, but soons splits off from it and heads north. North of Forest City, US 69 merges with SH-9 and continues heading north. SH-9 soon branches off to the west. Just south of Emmons, US 69 crosses into Minnesota.


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