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Selterloom

(Finds: 2  Score: 12)    (Hidden: 1  Score: 7.5)

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22 Nov 2001
3.0
4.5
Two Rivers

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I found it! 06 Oct 2001    Issaquah In Perinton  ( Difficulty: 3    Terrain: 3 )

A good short find. If only I had a better GPS unit I wouldn't have been walking in circles too much to the east for about 45 minutes.

-Selterloom

P.S. Beat you this time Yardboy :P

I found it! 27 Sept 2001    Cache Iroquois  ( Difficulty: 3    Terrain: 3 )

Oh man was that an adventure. To begin my day I programmed in my GPS and took route 90 to my target. After circling it I finaly found a place to park and a trail entrance at about 1.5 miles from the target. I went in and after a while deverted off trail to follow the arrow. If you know what Yellow Stone smells like you know what I found. A dead lake with so much dead algie and mushy ground it was alost impossible to get through. So I went through it (of course).
After almost sinking a few times and having to do a crop circle action on the plant life there (It'll be fine in a day) I finally found a lake/river thing. Futilly I climbed onto a fallen tree so I could actually see over the very dense and high undergrowth. Somewhere on the river I saw a girl kyaking. (Aside from the personaly thought of hey she's hot) I yelled out hello and asked for directions. She stopped and said she didn't know where the trail was because she was kyaking.
Now imaging this. You see a body with nothing but a backpack poking up out of this very very dense high plant life and the person seems in need of help. Wouldn't you ask if you could provide any? She didn't. She just went along on her marry way. I have a word that I would like to call her but it would break the rules. I took the fallen tree and throwing it in the river to walk across it only to be halted by an impassibly dense bush like area. So I finally gave up and walked back almost loosing my shoes a foot or two in the mud I climbed through before.
Back at the car I was driving home and desided to take a different route. I saw a parking lot. I got out and walked down the trail that was thier and found the stash just off the very clean and easy trail. Word of warning. DO NOT GO IN THE WRONG TRAIL! The stash is a pain to find when you're at the right spot as well. Inaccurate readings do to high trees and a bunch of places I would hide it lead to a lot of pacing back and forth to find it. Good luck!


 

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