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So you wanna spot a MOOSE?

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Hidden : 07/24/2003
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

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Geocache Description:

Lunch Tree Hill- a prime wildlife watching spot as well as a great spot to watch the sunset.

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• Complete either option (A) or (B) below:

(A) Take a picture of you or your geo team standing next to the rock, with your GPS somewhere in the photo. (no old vacation photos will be accepted!). Please blur out the entire text of the plaque.

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(B) Email me the answers to the following four questions:

- Who is the rock dedicated to?

- What beautiful thing do the Teton Mountains guard?

- What has this person often returned to the hilltop for?

- When was the rock placed?


What is MOOSE? Every year, a group of faculty and students from Maryville College, TN, come out to Wyoming to spend several weeks doing volunteer work for the Park Service as part of a program called the Maryville Outdoor Outreach Service Experience (MOOSE). One week is spent in this park, doing repairs and other jobs for the staff here. In the evenings after a long day, the lodge is a favorite spot to sit, relax, write postcards, and watch the sunset.

Every evening, the lodge is full of people enjoying the sunset. Not too many people, however, make it to the top of this hill above the lodge. This area is a prime animal watching spot; moose can be seen in the valley below nearly all summer long.

When you get to the top of the hill, you will find a very obvious rock.

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