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Found it cache_cachet found Stephens' Falls

Thursday, September 20, 2012Wisconsin

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What is one of the first things people should want to do when they get a car? Go see a waterfall, of course!

That was the plan, and if you're going to see a waterfall, why not get a geocache while you're at it?

I tested out the cruise control on the drive to Gov. Dodge. I'd camped here before (my friends did a CSA work share at a nearby farm), but we'd gone hiking on the opposite side of the park. So, this was all new landscape to me.

I made my way to the falls, and who should I see at the top of the falls but my doctor! She didn't recognize me, so I'll take that as a sign of my perfect health.

I climbed to the bottom to enjoy the waterfall and take some video before I got to the serious business of taking vastly inaccurate altitude reading.

Thanks for providing a destination to my Waterfall Adventure, and TFTC!

Horray for forward facing cameras!Extreme close up!

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