"Caching" in on on another of Kentucky's claims to fame, this one will take you back in time through Historic Danville, a city of "Firsts." Leave yourself a li'l time for this one to truly appreciate Constitution Park.
The above coordinates will take you to a familiar looking statue in Constitution Park, Danville, KY. The park is home to several recreated frontier log buildings and a wealth of information. Your task is to find the information below and then decode the cache's hiding spot. The cache itself is a clear film canister hidden near by at coordinates:
N 37o 3F.BAE’ W 084o 4C.ABD’
This cache should be quite canine friendly (as long as you have a leash) and IS handicap accessible. For more information on this historic location (such as hours that the buildings are open, etc.), just click on the picture above. ALSO: Check out the pictures BELOW of The Li'lest Bears helping lay out this cache for you.
A = The number of "Ruby"s around the statue.
B = The third digit of the year in which Dr. Goldsmith died.
C = The day in May when a Virginia statute created the first KY District Court.
D = The number of glass windows that have bars over them in the jail.
E = The number of "The Crows" whose first names begin with the letter "J".
F = The number of the month that Thomas Barbee was commissioned as Postmaster.
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)
#5: Picturesque Horse Farm (Just NW of Lexington)
#6: Shot's Fired! Who Dunnit? (Frankfort)
#8: White Hall (Richmond)
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