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by Rogheff
(Finds: 14  Score: 46)    (Hidden: 91  Score: 331)

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Coordinates (WGS-84 datum)
N 42° 33.509'   W 087° 48.795'
Kenosha,   Wisconsin   53143
United States    Near By Caches

Hidden On: 04 Feb 2008
Waypoint (Landmark): N027DF
Open Cache:  Personal use only
Cache type:  Normal
Cache size:   Unknown

Difficulty: gps gps (easy)
Terrain: gps half gps (easy)

Misc: No drinking water! No restrooms (water closets) available Pets are allowed. Parking is available No fees!


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Maisy was a mean and vicious dog. Mrs. Saffron used to bring her to the Kenosha Sand Dunes to walk every morning. There, Mrs. Saffron could turn Maisy loose and let her run free. Never failed, however, every day Maisy would chase some poor old squirrel and either kill it, or wound it terribly.

The neighbors soon came to call poor old Maisy, The Crippler! The Crippler showed no mercy. The Crippler would hunt and hunt and hunt, sometimes in vain.

Usually, The Crippler found what she was looking for and would pounce. Pieces of the intended target would go flying, usually, the guts would come out, only to be put back together by dear sweet Mrs. Saffron.

One day, Maisy was turned loose like every other day. On this day, however, Maisy did not return. Legend has it that Maisy still haunts this park looking for her next victim.


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I found it! 15 Jun 2008 by  gkrone  (Finds: 16  Score: 45.5)    (Hidden: 1  Score: 2)
    Open Log:  Unrestricted

This cache is just a small indication the Mrs. Saffron is in violation of several city ordinances.

I had no problem getting the log out, but getting it back in was a pain. My fingers don't like working on things that small.


I found it! 30 Mar 2008 by  3 Hawks  (Finds: 17  Score: 64.5)    (Hidden: 0  Score: 0)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

I was in the area to grab a gc.com cache and said to myself "Self, I bet Roger has a navicache, terracache, or both in this area. I searched a nearby location of a now archived cache and located a terracache. I then decided to call Roger to see if there was a third cache in the area. Sure enough, Roger started telling me the story of Maisy, the light went on in my head, and I spotted this cache. I'll have to load up more navicache's and terracaches before heading out again. SL/TFTC!

I found it! 08 Mar 2008 by  draconis  (Finds: 21  Score: 66)    (Hidden: 0  Score: 0)
    Open Log:  Unrestricted

Out with Jonathan today.

After doing a few nearby geocaches, we found this one.

"Is it, it might be, oh I bet it is.."

"I'll get it."

We had a hard time trying to get the log out of the container. In fact we didn't get it out at all, but you'll have to trust us for the find on this one. We didn't want to damage the container.

TFTC. and replaced.

I found it! 02 Mar 2008 by  The Brkster  (Finds: 18  Score: 51)    (Hidden: 2  Score: 5)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

FTF on this cache, and I can see why, as my son, Danny, cringed as I grabbed the camouflaged container, but assured him it would be all right. I must also confess that with the wind, plus my not-so-nimble fingers, I did have a trifle struggle getting the logsheets back into the container, but all is set for the next wayward soul to grab this one. Thanks for the hide, Rogheff.


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