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Found it twilighter found Its not a swamp..............

Friday, 08 June 2018New Hampshire

STF! The last time we were on this trail was 6 years ago, although we never came out this far. Today, after finding the One Busy Day cache, I continued down the trail to find a number of other caches -- which turned into a 3 hour hike! This one turned into a real adventure. After making a few failed bushwhacks towards the cache, I ended up walking around the end of the "swamp" and bushwhacked through a whole bunch of blueberry bushes. Just as I was about to head into the "swamp", a doe jumped out nearby and then took off into the woods. As soon as I saw where my GPSr was pointing, I knew where I had to go. Surprisingly, I didn't get my feet wet. Once there, it was a quick find, but as I was signing the log, I heard some loud grunting from back in the woods where I had just been. Maybe it was a deer, or a moose (I had seen a pile of moose droppings earlier, maybe a half mile back), or possibly a bear. I heard at least 10 separate grunts while I was there and standing out there made me feel a little vulnerable. I was even thinking that maybe I'll cross the "swamp" and not go back the way I came, but there's a stream running through that didn't look easy to cross. Finally, the grunts seemed like they were moving away, and after a few minutes I headed back to where I had come in and bushwhacked through the thick stuff back to the trail. When I got back to the car, my wife and I picked at least 2 dozen ticks off my clothes. Last cache of the day. TNLNSL. TFTC

infoThis is the original cache type consisting, at a bare minimum, a container and a log book. Normally you'll find a tupperware container, ammo box, or bucket filled with goodies, or smaller container ("micro cache") too small to contain items except for a log book. The coordinates listed on the traditional cache page is the exact location for the cache.
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