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Found it bartrod found Kewaunee River

Friday, September 27, 2013Wisconsin

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Milestone #3800...didn't think I'd get it today but there were a lot of caches to be had on the Ahnapee Trail. Traveled to Kewaunee today to bike the Ahnapee with Screamin' Mimi 60...excellent trail with great sunny fall weather conditions...we managed to find all the caches along the trail that have been placed up to this point in time. We couldn't complete logging requirement #1 because of the strong south wind blowing up the river...would have gotten some interesting results though if we'd have tried, I'll bet...saw some salmon migrating upstream in the dingy waters. We met a guy with a couple of dogs...his black lab was swimming in the river and chased one of the salmon. This concludes our biking adventure for the to head home and rest my rubbery old legs. It's always great to get out biking though especially when you have a great caching partner. Thanks for another peachy cache

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