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This cache is located just off a pull over area on highway 200 traveling Northeast. The terrain is fairly easy with mild elevation changes and a small amount of bushwacking right at the end.
The cache is located along the Blackfoot River about 0.15 miles from a parking area where I have stopped to rest many times over the years. There is a road of sorts (4 wheeler type) down to the river, but I would recommend walking from the parking area. The cache container is a heavy strong plastic 24 oz. jar. The original contents are: a log, pencil, pencil sharpener, rooster pin, key chain car, dinosaur, yo-yo, hand warmers, ball, and a frog. It is hidden using an occurence of nature and not much else. There are no twigs or logs or rocks placed on top of it. You should not have to do much alteration of nature. Anything you have to remove weighs less than an ounce and was already there. You can follow the primitive road most of the way with a very small amount off road walking. The coordinates were right on until I headed into the woods and at the end it ranged between 28-38 feet accuracy. I tried many times from many directions and that was the best I could do.
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