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Crocodile Hunter in Minnesota?

A cache by Scott & Millie the Wonder Dog Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 8/11/2002
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Located off the bike (goat?) path along the Minnesota River. Serious mountain bikers only or hikers. Park at the Russell Sorenson River Landing and hike or bike in. Trail head at 44.48.129N / 093.17.320W.

Trail crosses streams, mud holes, sand pits, moderate cliffs, and has numerous ups and downs. Please use caution when biking these trails as they can be treacherous to clumsy people (like me). Initial cache contains travel bug Crocodile Hunter. I am not big on the trading of tid-bits, the fun is in the journey, so I did not add anything else. Feel free to do so if desired.

Scott & Millie the Wonder Dog Johnson

PS Bring your dog with you -- she will love it! Bath upon returning home will be required -- for both of you.

Adopted by bdpfau & Rustynails. on 7/20/2010

Re-hidden on 8/4/2010. In addition to the trail head above, you can also enter near the Gideon Pond house off of 104th Street. The walk is considerably shorter than from the trail head above, only about .12 mi.
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