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L&C "Lewis & Clark: An American Adventure"

A cache by Kristen Walter & The Three Amigos Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/09/2003
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1 out of 5

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Geocache Description:

"Lewis & Clark: An American Adventure" is a 296 foot long, original mural exhibit that depicts major milestones from the entire Expedition. It is comprised of 38 different scenes and is located inside Southern Hills Mall - stretching from the Center Court to the Younkers department store. Closest parking will be indicated by following the lattitude and longitude.

To successfully complete this virtual cache and receive your certificate of accomplishment, you will need to identify the store that is directly below the mural identified with the date Aug. 19, 1804. Look at the picture on this page to help you find the right mural. Please send your answer through The Three Amigos email in the profile at the top of this page and provide an email address, because a certificate won't travel through the noresponse geocache email.
Doors to the mall open at 7:30 AM Mon.-Sat. and at 9:00AM on Sundays. Mall hours are 10AM-9PM Mon-Sat and noon to 6:00PM Sunday.
There is a soft play area for children in the shape of a Lewis and Clark fort in the mall.
This cache is part of a string of L&C caches from the southern borders of Iowa and Nebraska, stretching to the northern borders of Iowa and Nebraska. See other L&C caches in this area including: L&C Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center, L&C Sergeant Floyd River Museum.

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