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If it has not rained, its not difficult, If it has rained, its a LOT tougher
The Little Fellows grave is a well known gravesite monument to a pioneer boy who used to wave at the train every time it passed. He was burried next to the tracks when he died. Read the whole story at the site when you visit. The cache is in a small white rubbermaid tub. Initial stock includes a shovelhead oil filter,zippo lighters (no fluid in them), pencils, rolls of coins,pencils and assorted stuff from my junk drawer. The road to it is not improved, so a 4 wheel drive vehicle, motorcycle, or ATV is the best machine once you leave the pavement, BUT, if it has not rained in a while any car can make the mile long drive from the pavement to the grave. Slippery when wet.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum