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Hallie hideout Traditional Geocache

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kent1915: I retrieved the two bugs and will log soon. Waayyy to many signs of muggles close by, cache is nasty and area is no longer all that attractive. Shutting it down. It was fun while it lasted. I'll duplicate hide method down the road.

Hidden : 04/16/2004
3 out of 5
3 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

If you make it to the peaceful hidden medow, you will be doing ok, but it is a bit of a brush cutting journey........

We were running from the local Hallie PD, when we came upon a hidden meadow, we came to call this the Hallie hideout.'.'.' after our flight we were tired so we took a nap on a nice dirt mound, as we layed on the dirt mound the grass seemed to over take us leaving us surrounded by grass. After we caught our breath we hid our cache in a hole that we made in the fresh dirt, but the grass over took it and it slowly disappeared in to the emptiness. Our brake was interuped by some creature that had taken our hide out for it's home so we fled. We took our ATV's out to get to our new hideout. It is just a short walk though the woods to get to it. Sometimes we take our car for a bit longer walk, but it is still do-able, we hopped the train tracks cut though the woods and there we were.

HISTORICAL NOTE: This cache is close to where the Yellowstone Trail once ran, one of the first paved highways to run almost transcontinent. It is also close to where trolly lines once ran from Eau Claire and Chippewa Falls to Electricland which was an electric and LIGHTED amusement park in the 1920's.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

gur pernghef arj ubzr jnf zbhaqf nobir vg'f ynfg bar.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)