Willamette River Geocache Clues & Answers
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1) This wet area is home to lost of diverse plants and animals. Found on the west side it used to cover thousands of acres but is now only small acres of land. Where is this? *
2) This Springfield park is full of filberts and a great place to start off on a walk or a bikeride on the Middle Fork Path. Look for a shady place to enjoy your lunch and watch the Middle Fork Willamette River flowing by. Where is this? *
3) This Springfield park is full of filberts and a great place to start off on a walk or a bikeride on the Middle Fork Path. Look for a machine that would have helped theseriverside farmers plow and plant their hazelnuts in the last century. Where is this? *
4) This cache is where the ducks like to swim in one of the biggest parks in Eugene.Some of the unique facilities here include Cuthbert Amphitheater, Whilamut NaturalArea, and Native Plant Nursery. Where is this? *
5) Quarried from a basalt deposit in traditional Kalapuya territory this installation bringseducational and cultural references to the area. Where is this? *
6) This place in Springfield can lead you to Jasper or to Eugene. Look for an old log millthat now has small stores in it. Follow the path towards this trail sign. Where is this? *
7) This art installation honors the Kalapuya. Seen only from the river or walking itbecomes a mystery for those moving too fast to see. Where is this? *
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