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The cache is in an ammo box, due to where it is placed (it isnt likely to float away).
You can almost park on top of this cache so i wont be surprised to see loads of entries such as ...easy find, could almost have it delivered.
Check out the History Museum and have a look around while ur here, traffic along the road is heavy so be careful when turning in to the cache area. Day Permits can allow you to wander all over the property, check in the museum for details.
.****DUE TO HUNTING SEASON PLEASE STAY ON THE CACHE SIDE OF THE ROAD*****
The Keep out signs are for hunters so you are free to wander almost anywhere.
****DUE TO HUNTING SEASON PLEASE STAY ON THE CACHE SIDE OF THE ROAD*****
After Hunting season you will be free to use both sides of the road
Feel free to have a drink from the well, it has been tested and details are on the website.
Thanks to GLN and KNOW FUTURE for the help with the messed up coords.!!
Additional info- The Rascals contacted me and asked me to edit this cache to be part of the US hwy 67 "Another Mother Road" Caches.
Well here is the information.
U.S. Route 67 is a 1,560 mile (2,511 km) long north-south U.S. highway in the Midwestern United States. The southern terminus of the route is at the United States-Mexico border in Presidio, Texas, where it continues south as Mexican Federal Highway 16 upon crossing the Rio Grande. The northern terminus is at U.S. Route 52 in Sabula, Iowa.
US 67 crosses the Mississippi River twice along its routing. The first crossing is at West Alton, Missouri, where US 67 utilizes the Clark Bridge to reach Alton, Illinois. 240 miles to the north, US 67 crosses the river again at the Rock Island Centennial Bridge between Rock Island, Illinois, and Davenport, Iowa. Additionally, the route crosses the Missouri River via the Lewis Bridge a few miles southwest of the Clark Bridge.
** This cache was placed with permission and with the cooperation of the landowner **
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum