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This is the third edition of this cache. Re-finds are again allowed. The previous two containers were plundered. I don't want to archive the cache, as you can no longer give one a name this long. Come check out a lake you may have heard of, but never visited.
I won't be coy. I placed this cache mainly so I could give it a cool name. In case you can't see the full name above, check the sign to the right or down below.
The exact translation of the name the Nipmuck Indians gave the lake is open to debate. I'm going with the popular interpretation of, "You fish on your side, I fish on my side, nobody fishes in the middle". The party poopers call it Lake Webster.
The area includes a relocated historic iron truss bridge. Click for a description or photo. Thanks to BlackstoneVal for the pointer to this info.
Last Updated: on 11/30/2017 7:42:37 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (3:42 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum