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"Caching" in on on another of Lexington's claims to fame, the horse farm, this cache will take you to one of my personal favorites. Built to look like the farm's of past, this particular farm was actually developed quite recently. Still, I find it to be one of the most picturesque of the many local farms.
Located west of Lexington, this cache is near "Keeneland (LH#4)", "The Folly of Man", and the "Hammer Cache". The above coordinates will take you to a small parking area (public access) that overlooks the farm. Here, you will find the answers to the following questions.
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What is the name of this farm?
When was it developed?
Of all the route numbers actually shown on the map, what is the largest number?
How many spires are there atop the three large stable barns that are visible from this spot?
Links to the other KY Heritage Caches:
#1: Thoroughbred Park (Lexington)
#2: Ashland (Lexington)
#3: Mary Todd Lincoln House (Lexington)
#4: Keeneland (Just W of Lexington)
#6: Shot's Fired! Who Dunnit? (Frankfort)
#7: Historic Danville (Danville)
#8: White Hall (Richmond)
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Current Time: 10/14/2019 19:54:06 Pacific Daylight Time (02:54 GMT)Last Updated: 09/26/2019 14:09:38 Pacific Daylight Time (21:09 GMT)Rendered From:UnknownCoordinates are in the WGS84 datum
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