Hiding a cache – figuring out park boundaries

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    beezers958
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    I live in Shorewood and was informed by the ever helpful Brian Russert that a cache I was seeking approval for wasn’t MKE Count Parks land, but Shorewood Park land.

    How do you determine where a proposed cache lies and who to ask permission from?

    The online maps don’t seem to give me enough info.

    Thanks!

    #1936135

    Smashing Ground
    Participant

    If i have questions regarding boundary type things.
    I take the coords and contact 1 of the 2 reviewers and they will tell you.
    seems to work for me

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    beezers958
    Participant

    Oh, I was worrying I was bothering them! And actually, the situation I was referring to, the reviewer thought it was MKE Co park land and Russert told me no.

    Thanks for the help.

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    bugsmasher69
    Member

    It sure would be nice if they had lines painted on the ground telling where all the boundries are kinda like on the cartoons.

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    TyeDyeSkyGuy
    Member

    Google Earth works well for finding boundaries. They are usually pretty close to exact. Just make sure to check the “parks” box on the left.

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