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Hidden : 9/1/2014
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This cache is placed in a location with fairly even terrain. It's fairly accessible in nice weather, though we recommend that you wear boots if it has rained recently. Watch out for mosquitoes. Placed with permission from the Camp Tuscazoar Foundation. A stop along the "History Makes a Left Turn" trail.


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This cache can be found in a 5x3.25" container with four locking closures. You'll find a log book, a pencil, and a few puzzle pieces in the cache.

The Historic Fink Truss bridge is located in Zoarville, Ohio just north of Camp Tuscazoar. From the bridge, you are free to continue onto the Ohio & Erie Canalway Towpath Trail or on through the Camp.

The Fink Truss Bridge, also known as the Zoarville Station Bridge, uses a "through truss" design developed by Albert Fink. It is on the National Register of HIstoric Places, the Ohio Register of Historic Places, and the Historic American Engineering Record.

Once on the bridge you will overlook the calm Connotton Creek.

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