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At Beaver Slide
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This is a rubbermaid container, painted black and in a zip-lock bag. Easy walk from parking area. Elevation 3000.This cache is about half way up the hill to "A View from the Elk's Back Cache"
Starting at Queens Branch road, you will come to a five way intersection.The road to the left is the 4x4 road to the "elks back" cache. The 2nd road from the left or straight ahead is the car road to "elks back" cache. The 3rd road from the left, believe it or not goes to a house, about 1/2 mile, to a dead end.The road to the right is what dirt bikers and 4 wheels call Beaver slide. The name came about because the soil in the road is of the gray clay type, and is so sticky that it sticks in the tread of your tires and cause you to get stuck, realy stuck bad.This road is about 3 miles long and leads to upper Jump-off Joe Creek road. But there is a bridge to cross to get to the jump-off joe road, very old bridge, don't know if its usable.But we are NOT going down, the cache is located near the 5 way intersection.Enjoy the drive.
Items in the cache are different key rings, but anything will do.
I place my frist, FRIST FINDER CERTIFICATE, or what I think they look like in this cache.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:58:02 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:58 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum