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Found it sandlanders found Welcome to Buckhorn State Park

Friday, 29 March 2013Wisconsin

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Had quite a few items on our agenda today for our visit to Mauston, and we had almost everything wrapped up except for finding this one last cache to make it our milestone #2400 find. We came prepared with the tool that jar42 had suggested in his log, but then we left it in the car. No problem. Managed to make the find and then retrieve the log sheet without too much angst.

The warm sun is melting the snow, so we couldn't detect any real footprints from jar42's visit yesterday. Maybe ours will disappear shortly, too. That snow should have been gone quite a while ago, but we're glad we had some on the ground a few weeks ago for the snowshoe event here that we enjoyed and when most of the previous loggers found this cache. After a few photos, we headed back home with only two more items on today's agenda: see if the ospreys were back by the tracks on Highway G to the north (they weren't), and to get home while it was still warm enough for Mr. Sandlanders to ride his bicycle for a few miles (we did and he did).

We enjoyed this memorable hide here at a park that has been the location for many memorable adventures for us: canoeing, hiking, fishing, geocaching, snowshoeing... We enjoy all of your hides that show us different parts of this park, slbens, and we look forward to finding more of them to make more memories. Thanks!

Mr. Sandlanders at find #2400

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Mr. Sandlanders at find #2400 log image Mr. Sandlanders at find #2400

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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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