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Horseshoe Falls - OU01BC

 Horseshoe Falls

Hidden by  Tape worm

N 42° 12.642' W 91° 32.747' (WGS84)

 Coordinates in Other Systems
 Location: United States > Iowa
 Cache Type: Traditional
 Size: Small
 Status: Archived
 Time: 0:30 h   Distance to Travel: 0.50 mi
 Date Hidden: 07 December 2010
 Date Created: 07 December 2010
 Last Modified: 17 January 2011
 Waypoint: OU01BC

 


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1 x Rated
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Kid Friendly Ticks Available in Winter In the Woods Listed on OCNA Only 

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Description   EN   


Take a trip down to Horse Shoe Falls. That is located in Pinicon Ridge County Park. This will be a simple cache to find. If you park near the observation tower and follow the trail down the big hill. As you follow the trail you should see a foot bridge with benches built into it. From here it's a nice view of the little water fall known as Horse Shoe Falls. It's a nice place to stop and relax for a little bit.

There is a password inside the cache. You will need this to log the cache as found. The password is all lower case.

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9 17 January 2011 Tape worm Cache archived

Cache was archived.

1 16 January 2011 c_dog Found it

FTF! Keekle and I decided that the only relief for cabin fever was to trump around in the snow, up and down hill and dale. A nice quick find considering the depth of the snow. At one point keekle asked if I heard the sound of water? I replied, "Sure, the falls are right under our feet." SL. TFTOU!