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JCHT #8 - Go Sit in the Corner

Hidden : 04/23/2014
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Size: Size: large (large)

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Geocache Description:

Jackson County Heritage Trail
Cache #8
Go Sit in the Corner

Permission given by Imogene Turner Roncadori, Owner

This cache is part of the NEW Jackson County Heritage Trail.
Please use the NEW passport below.

A Jackson County landmark, George Williamson built the round red barn in 1913 for his dairy operation. Apparently, he saw a round barn somewhere and thought it was cool. When Dories and Louis Turner opened a furniture and mattress store in the round structure cows still roamed the ground floor. Turner’s daughter and son-in-law own and operate the mattress store.

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This cache is part of the Jackson County Heritage GeoTrail!
For more information about the challenge, go to


Please be advised this is an urban gadget cache. It is also one of the most interactive TP302 caches in the series. Plan to invest a few minutes (and hopefully a few laughs) at GZ. you have been warned!


The only rules for this cache are: 1.) do not tighten the ball too tightly when you're done (it will make sense at GZ) and 2.) be careful not to cross thread the ball.

The trick with this little guy is not so much finding the container, but figuring out how to access it. In order to reveal the code to the lock, you must first play the game. Did we mention do not tighten the ball too tightly when you're done (it will make sense at GZ)

This is one of those caches that is most fun with a group of people. Game photos are highly encouraged. General spoiler alert rules DO NOT APPLY FOR THIS CACHE! If you have fun, post a photo with your log!! Also, did we mention do not tighten the ball too tightly when you're done :)

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