Myth has it Saint Umper was the father of geocaching. He was the first to hide a geocache in a small village west of the Vatican...Well ok. I made that up. I needed something to screw with your head.
Can you find St. Umper?
FYI...I recently renamed this cache. The following will not give you any clues..just background on the hide.
Our team's first 5 star difficulty find was in Michigan...GC2BT9B.
A team of 6 spent spent 3 hours. The reason it was so difficult was because the area had so many possible hides which made it nearly impossible. Our cache will not be as hard on the shear fact that there are less diversionary hide opportunities. Nonetheless, this cache is inspired by HMMMM in Michigan. Ours will be less mind bending...and will take most about 10-20 minutes. Some people have struggled with this one..so I changed the name...the devil is in the details.
Please...no hints in the logs. None...THANKS.
The Geocache Notification Form has been submitted to the Wisconsin DNR and approved by Rob Wessberg, Superintendent Kettle Moraine State Forest - Pike Lake Unit Bureau of Parks Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Geocaches placed on Wisconsin Department of Natural Resource managed lands require permission by means of a notification form.