Legend Of The Wisconsin River LbNA # 25504
|Placed Date||Sep 6 2006|
|Found By||wolf trackers|
|Last Found||Nov 4 2013|
|Last Edited||Sep 14 2015|
Time 5-10 minutes
CHECKED: July 2007=OK
(NOTE: NOT WINTER FRIENDLY. Information plaques are stored over winter & LB can't be found if snow is on the ground.)
Floyd Von Haden Boat Landing and Recreation Area is located on Highway 61 at the Wisconsin River Bridge/Hwy 60, just north of Boscobel.
Locate the first informational station about “The River”.
Fill in the blanks:
GEOLOGY DOES NOT TELL THE ONLY STORY:
“According to American Indian legends the Wisconsin River was created by a _________or _________, which took form of a _________ _________. One day the ________ traveled from his home in the great forest to the sea. While crossing over the land he made a groove that filled with __________. _______ arose from the grooves of other ___________that fled in all directions fearing the ____________. At the Wisconsin Dells, large rocks blocked the great________ path. He pushed his head into a crack and split the stone apart. The __________ continued on, but became tired. As he rested and rolled around, he ___________ the river channel.”
From the plaque take a 40 degree compass reading and find a piece of rusty steel at the top of the rocks. Take 10 paces left along the upper edge of the rocks. Look under a large triangular shaped boulder that’s pointing to the bridge.
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