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High Bridge Lite
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This is an easy version of geocache site High Bridge (real)-- for those who want a quick in-and-out.
This historic site is worth a visit, but it is not at the true location. It is for those who want to drive right up to the geocache, and willing to forgo the better views and true experience of of northern Michigan, and the Big Manistee River.
You are looking for a 3 inch wide, 4.75 inch long, 1 inch thick clear plastic micro cache.
For your extra edification you can find the answers to these questions at this geocache site:
1. What is it's span (length) and height?
2. When was the wood replaced with steel?
3. When was it dismantled?
Please do not put your answers in your log (or I will delete it).
There is not room for all the trade items, just a log book to say you were here.
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