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Found it Ranger Boy found IATCC - Parfrey's Glen SNA (No. 1)

Thursday, 20 June 2013Wisconsin

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Thanks for the excellent cache page. I was wondering what happened to the old boardwalks. I came here years ago for the old virtual and thought the walkway went farther. This is still a beautiful area and I enjoyed the walk to the Glen.
There was a couple bathing in the river along the way. That was kinda fun to try and explain to little ranger.
At one point I took a nice digger in a really muddy part near the end of the current trail. Almost dropped my newly replaced phone in the drink.
Thanks for pointing out a gem of an area.

Glen Frey or Parfrey Glen?

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