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Write note Dreamcatchr posted a note for 5 Traveller's Challenge - Wisconsin Varieties

Sunday, July 21, 2013Wisconsin

Here's the rest of the list!

10 Caches with a color in the title
1) Indigo GC3BY3H
2) Green Box GC27X96
3) Little White Church GCTF6C
4) 0925 IAT: The Yellow Mile GC1PF4ND
5) 1260 Blue Mold GC3DKJ7
6) Blue and Gray Generals GC1VAE6
7) Black Shadow, You Dirty Rat GCTW6Y
8) The Red Bullet GC27ZAF
9) Ivory billed Woodpecker GC23R28
10) CC’s Rainbow Shape Sorter Orange Key GC23ZTZ

10 Caches with a critter in the title
1) Warm Kitty GC3CGK5
2) Another Dog-gone Cache GC1WC4R
3) “Wood” Chuck GC2MARF
4) This Little Piggy Had None GC2X2BZ
5) Sam the Eagle GC3F6VG
6) I saw a Bear GC3G0WR
7) Grasshopper GC13KV4
8) Hillside Hawk’s Nest GC1HRB6
9) Deer Hide GC37W55
10) Red Squirrels Revenge GC2J0BD

10 Caches with a city name in the title
1) Stonewalled in Cedarburg GC25JQH
2) Sussex Island GC31F80
3) Evil Monkey Visits Waukesha 2 GCPKY0
4) Jackson Pyramid GC3JEF3
5) Dickeyville Grotto GCGAXY
6) Ashland Mural Walk GC3F1MT
7) The Big Bend Hide GCPZ27
8) Wauwatosa Wilserness #4 Oh Deer GC2YJ6A
9) Campbellsport Volunteer Fire Dept. GC1CQMK
10) Germantown mini final travel bug Jail GC2JYKB

10 Caches with a park name in the title
1) Cannon Park GC1RMYY
2) Frame Park GC39J4B
3) Niagra Park- No Falls GCQA8W
4) Snagged in Hickory Park GC3V52Q
5) Welcome to Konkel Park GC1GPNT
6) Cedar Park GCR21F
7) Independence Park. What is This? GC2G4DD
8) Kohler Park Dunes GC24HNH
9) Indian Mound Park GC1TY64
10) Richfield Heritage Park GC3QEH7

10 Caches with a body of water in the title
1) Tunnel Your way to the lake GC3J65R
2) Creek to Creek #2 GC1WXYJ
3) Bark River Ice Age Hikes GC14FBK
4) ~~Swamp Thing (v2.0)~~ GC2MDAE
5) Black River Marsh GCJ3QX
6) Ring Around the Millpond GC1PVB6
7) Artesian Spring GC23R18
8) Beyond the Pond GC3GV48
9) Gem of the Caribean Sea #2 GC49W54
10) Amnicon Falls, Meet Douglas Fault GC2JYMP

Again, thanks for the fun challenge!!

infoA Mystery Cache is the “catch-all” of cache types, this form of cache can involve complicated puzzles you will first need to solve to determine the coordinates. The only commonality of this cache type is that the coordinates listed are not of the actual cache location but a general reference point, such as a nearby parking location. Due to the increasing creativity of geocaching this becomes the staging ground for new and unique challenges.
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