In Iowa, United States
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When you go to look for this cache, bring along your tin cans, newspapers, clear glass, and plastic because this is an opportunity to do your recycling; Waste Not, Want Not.
This will be a pretty fast grab and go so while you hunt, someone can be pitching in. You will NOT have to enter the fenced area. The cache contains a couple small trading items, log book and pencil. PLEASE REPLACE the cache in the SAME orientation as found so that the "ceramic bi-polar devices will secure the cache to the ferrous support member AT THE BACK", okay. The magnets are on the flat back side of the container so that side should go to the back (steel) side of the hiding place. The front surface is an aluminum alloy and the magnets don't hold securely and the cache has been found on the ground twice in just three days. Thanks
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Last Updated: on 12/9/2014 6:46:57 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (2:46 AM GMT)
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