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

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Coordinates (WGS-84 datum)
N 42° 44.965'   W 088° 13.960'
Wind Lake,   Wisconsin   53185
United States    Near By Caches

Hidden On: 09 Apr 2008
Waypoint (Landmark): N028C8
Open Cache:  Personal use only
Cache type:  Normal
Cache size:   Normal

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

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On this gloriously, beautiful, sunny day, I was out doing some maintenance on one of my nearby caches and I parked at the very end of the parking lot at Camp Kahagon. You may park in this very spot as well. I looked out over the vast prairie and saw a small, solitary stand of trees. I wondered why over the years, the farmers and then Racine Council BSA never cut those trees down.

I was curious so I hiked over to the stand of trees. Peering into the darkness within, I wondered, "What's in there." Cautiously, I scouted it out.

As I entered the ancient stand of trees it was very spooky, a little swampy, misty and the mosquitos were terrible.

The place had somewhat of an evil "feel" to it. It was somewhat "cold" even though it was quite warm today. The place was swarming with lifeforms.

I think you may feel it too. It was as though something evil has been here before and still resides within...waiting for you.

What's in there? Only what you take with you..........well, and a geocache - of course.

For the full affect of this cache, take the slightly longer,mowed path heading off the Southeast corner of the parking lot. It'll take you closer to the cache (less bushwacking), and you can wonder about the stand of trees for another 5 minutes. Either way, it's a very short hike to the trees.


Oh, here's some advice, my GPSr was bouncing all over the place in the trees, if you approach from the south, you'll probably loose the signal in the thick overgrowth, but will be within probably 30' of the cache when you enter the trees.

My intent is not to make this cache difficult to find. The cache is hidden in a typical Wisconsin hiding spot (there's only a couple of really good spots - you'll see). It's a small cache.

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I couldn 28 Oct 2008 by  draconis  (Finds: 21  Score: 66)    (Hidden: 0  Score: 0)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

JD and I were here to find a very close geocache in this same grove. We didn't find the cache as we remembered it when it was a geocache, but we did find a scouting related cache wedged in between a few tree trunks. The inside of the lid described it as "Scouts gratest hits bonus #2"? We SL and replaced as found.


 

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