As I was waiting for my daughter to get out of work, I was sitting by this small park. I decided to get out and look around . . . you know, just to check things out (for uhm, whatever reason). Well, I can’t say I saw a lot of opportunities for a hide, but as I was exploring, I entered an area that generated an amazing sound of
There were 7 or 8 huge crows split between high wire and fence perches making a tremendous ruckus. I can’t say whether they were Caw-"cussing" against my intrusion or just having a lively Caucus amongst themselves. At any rate, I interpreted their heated discussions to tell me that I had to plant a cache here. And since I was outnumbered by such a rambunctious group, I succumbed to their demand. Enjoy!
Please remember . . .
Cedar Rapids Parks Superintendent, Daniel Gibbins, gave permission for this hide. Please adhere to park rules and hours;
Completely conceal the cache when rehiding to reset the fun for the next seeker;
And oh yea. This is a micro. Bring your own writing instrument to sign the log.