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Found it sandlanders found Cornucopia of Water

Friday, June 14, 2013Wisconsin

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This was a great place to pull over and take a break! The views of the lake are "up close and personal" here, and our water jug, which we had filled earlier today at the Sprague well in Washburn, was getting empty. Time for a refill and an EarthCache. Got the required information, then checked out the beach. Thanks for sharing this place with us, PassingWind!

the beach at Cornucopia

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