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  • Average Rating: 4 stars
  • Created by: Tequila
  • Submitted by: Premium Member Tequila
  • Start at:  N 43° 50.881 W 079° 11.983
  • Location: Ontario, Canada
  • Play Time: Less than 1 hour
  • Date Added: 7/14/2009 9:14 AM
  • Last Updated: 7/16/2009 6:40 PM
  • Downloads: 143
  • Completions: 12

Follow the way of the warrior and learn the story of a Native American Medal of Honor medalist. Companion cartridge to geocache GC1TJ6K.

About This Cartridge

Since its inception, five Native Americans have been awarded the highest U.S. military honour, the Medal of Honor. Two of those were awarded posthumously. This cartridge is one of a series of six that honors the five men and all members of Ogitchida-Protectors of the People.  

Starting Location

Rouge Valley Park. 

Recent Cartridge Logs:

Groundspeak Premium Member R&GW played it on 3/24/2013

Rating: 4 stars

Very nice day to do a wherigo today. thanks for the walk on this trail never been here before but plan to come back. Thanks :)


Groundspeak Premium Member Active by Nature played it on 2/19/2011

Rating: 5 stars

It was a windy and wild winter day. This was the first Wherigo I completed on my own. Worked like a charm. It was a wonderful story of heroism. I believe it is important to know of the contribution of our First Nations people. Loved the hike. Had the park all to myself today.


Groundspeak Premium Member Nathan B played it on 10/22/2010

Rating: 4 stars

I enjoyed this thoroughly, a great walk on a cool fall day.


Groundspeak Premium Member FerretUncle played it on 11/28/2009

Rating: 4 stars

Another enjoyable play.
At this time of the year the path was not well defined and the hills are wet and slippery.
Thanks for the history and walk.


Groundspeak Premium Member Paul n Susan played it on 11/11/2009

Rating: 4 stars

Hit a favourite trail today, November 11, to honour Jack Montgomery (and all veterans).

Had enough confidence in the hardware (and in myself) to take it on a hike, and it went very well. Love this trail so much that it was where we went for one of our first cache hunts when we started this in the spring. Would like look for the Mad Trapper, but that will have to wait until I have a device that will hold a charge for more than a coupla hours. Thanks for a nice experience looking forward to more.


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