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Come one, come all to Jakway Forest for my latest evil micro.
I apologize in advance for having to resort to such a dastardly hide but necessity is the mother of invention. I've had several caches stolen lately so I'm trying to make a few that are thief resistant.
You will not need any specific directions to the cache structure as it is visible from quite a distance. Just approach quietly and enter the bird blind to seek the cache. If the bird feeders are empty please feel free to refill them from the two metal garbage cans within the bird blind that contain the bird feed.
Oh, I almost forgot some important info. If you would care to bring along a piece of an old wire coat hanger it will be much easier to release the cache. Please alternate between the release points. We don't want it to get stuck in place and unavailable for the next cache seeker.
I have hung a spare retrieval tool in the cedar tree near the edge of the quarry pond if you forget to bring one. Please return it after you release the cache.
Please return the cache EXACTLY as you found it. I wrote instructions on the cache container. ie.,(This end up, this end down). Which side goes in should go without explanation to all but the most mentally challenged.
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Last Updated: on 11/24/2013 2:55:28 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (10:55 PM GMT)
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