In Wisconsin, United States
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This cache is hidden in the newest section of this popular park. It will require bushwacking and climbing. Ropes or other specialized equipment is NOT required though. Be especially careful if rocks in the area are wet or Icy. You will probably get Dirty.
This cache is the second in a series placed by Lutheran Pioneer Train 641 hailing from Kekoskee, WI. We aim to hide a cache in each of Dodge County's parks that we camp at. It took four boys over an hour to decide on the perfect hiding spot.
This hide is not for the faint of heart. While the boys enjoy the easy finds, we think it is time for a challenge. This cache is dedicated to our LORD (who knows were it is) and our Caching Fiends (I mean Friends) who enjoy a real tough hide. Enjoy!
The container is now a Camoed (BLACK) 32oz plastic jar. The container was replaced 04/23/2011 after it was muggled over the winter. This area is frequented by young inquisitive muggles, so please hide it at least as well as you found it. Please do NOT take pity on your fellow geocachers by leaving it exposed, that only makes it possible for the cache to destroyed.
The Cache is near the North and east boundries of the park, but within public property. If you see the signs, you can look for the section marker monument directly south. The park boundary runs north and west from the monument.
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Last Updated: on 11/8/2015 6:11:30 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (2:11 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum