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Guiria: With great remorse we decided to remove the Rick's Springs Cache. We moved to Boise in January of 2002 and left the cache up there since it was burried in snow. We recently returned to Logan and removed the cache. It will be posted again but somewhere near Boise, Id. Thanks for everyone that made having the cache worth it.



Rick Springs Cache

A cache by James and Charise Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/02/2001
3 out of 5
3 out of 5

Size: Size: not chosen (not chosen)

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Geocache Description:

The cache is placed near Ricks Springs up Logan canyon. Rick Springs is a small springs on the side of the road. The cache is up the hill above the springs. The terrain is fairly steep, with lose rocks and dirt, but you can hike it by making switchbacks. How ever you get up there, please be careful.

The cache is in a small, dark blue rubbermaid container. We hid it underneath a small pine tree with heavy foilage. The original contents are a set of ginsu knives we bought off ebay. (They don't look original though.) A pair of handcuffs with key. A doo-op cd of some old high school friends, and some candles, and matches. We also placed the normal things like a disposable camera for geocachers to take their picture, and a log book with pen.

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  • Valley viewA view of Logan Canyon from the point of the cache

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