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I often visit my in-laws who live in Chepachet. It is also known as part of Glocester, which is well known to Rhode Islanders for “Foster-Glocester No School”. On Route 102 I have passed for years a sign that indicating there is a town forest. Having not seen any listings for a geocache in Chepachet, I decided the town forest would be a good spot for the first.
There is a sign for the town forest on Route 102 almost across from Wilmarth Rd. (The road to the dump.) There is a little gravel parking area by the sign.
From the sign to the cache is only 493 feet. Easy right? Wrong! I have listed this as a terrain 3 because there are no paths and the overgrowth is pretty heavy. What may seem the most direct route has too many thorn bushes to deal with. If you go to far left or right you will end up in someone’s yard.
Once you get to the cache location you will appreciate the name of the cache, and even curse it. I highly recommend boots, long pants and long sleeve shirt or light jacket. The bugs are thick in the area.
The cache container is a “Lock Tight” waterproof clear plastic container and is not camouflage in any way. It is sitting next to a sapling and I did throw a few pine needles on top.
Loch Cache & Ed
[If I could think of one, I'd give it.] Ybbx ba gur tebhaq.
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:21:25 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:21 PM GMT)
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