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Cow Creek Run 7
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Gold panning anyone?
We have enjoyed several series around Oregon and desided to place one of our own. This series follows the Cow Creek River and should be easy for any type of car. Each cache in the series has a number that if saved, will get you to the bonus puzzle cache, "Cow Creek Final".
Please replace as found, rehide as well as you found it, watch for muggles and be careful with children and dogs around the highway and river. This is a great drive with raging rivers, gold panning areas, waterfalls and pavement all the way.
When you take exit 103 you can stop and grab a quick bite or gas or a cache GCJFMY near the exit. Then stop by "This one's for Rosco Bookbinder" GCJDEY and say hi. Then next is "Gone forever" GCJFMP, "Back Country Byways" GCHTGK. We have checked on these as they are all there in good shape as of the listing of these caches. Onward to 1, 2, a new one we just hid, 3, and then "Cow Creek Spanning Beds" GCHTH1. Look for 4, 5, 6, and a new cache we just put out. And last look for 7, 8, 9, 10 and the Final. That's 18 caches in 20 miles. We hope you have fun and enjoy the drive.
This one will have the most chance for muggles. But it also has an outhouse, bring your own paper to be sure. Small pill bottle.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:26:25 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:26 PM GMT)
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