Tougher to Plunder
In Minnesota, United States
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After seeing my cache near the lake getting constantly plundered, I've decided to relocate. ***Love that everyone is still enjoying this old cache. I hid it with a toddler and yesterday, he drove us over to the site so we could check on it. Cache on!*** How great that Jonsom finally found it! He was the only one to find my "Sunk Treasure Of Fishtrap Lake" many years ago. That one required a boat! Have fun everybody!
O.K. This spot has less naked creeps, more privacy, and is much less likely to be plundered. When you hunt for this cache, please look for good pieces of bark to bring along with you to assist in re-hiding this cache. Let me know if it starts to look exposed. As with the now archived "Neglected Parks 2", the best parking is at Schaper park. Don't park in the lots of local businesses. They tow. There is a legal access with street parking north and east of the cache. Access is roughly N44.59.502 W093.19.948 Cache is an ammo can. It is newly painted in camoflage colors, and has a Geocache sticker on it. Once again, I forgot to put a "So you found it" document in it. Please bring one with if you think you will be first. Cache contains the usual Irvingdog goodies. Please, please, please, move away from the cache site to to go through the box. It is a heavily used area. For optimum enjoyment during the hunt, try to use only the trails until within 50 feet. More twists and turns than a good mystery novel.
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Last Updated: on 2/18/2017 11:28:06 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (7:28 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum