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Found it ertyu found Outhouse Delight

Sunday, 07 June 2009Manitoba, Canada

N 49° 12.806 W 099° 14.409

I headed out to this one with medium expectations of finding it, given the history. Was on the lookout for an outhouse along the entire trail and as I arrived at the coordinates I had yet to see anything. The coordinates seemed like an unlikely place to put an outhouse, but I searched around and could find nothing. So I continued along the trail and came around an area that seemed much more likely, searched both sides of the trail and found lots of old garbage but nothing else. Kept continuing along the trail and voila an out house of sorts. Not what I was expecting, but better than the nothing I'd turned up before. Ok, well, this is kinda of a big spot, where should I be looking? Called up the description and hint and other than a container description, it was of no help. About this time a large turkey vulture decided it no longer wanted to be inside the house, so it came screaming out. I decided I would search outside for a bit, so I circled around the building and looked all over. Finding nothing I carefully examined the interior, after a careful search I noticed the vulture's nest and headed back outside to search some more. After finding nothing and no idea where to look I was about to head back when it occurred to me that there should be an outhouse here. So I looked here and there and after a few minutes I found it. Carefully approached and voila an unfound cache and a FTF for me! Updated coordinates attached. Returned to the car with an army of wood ticks.

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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