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Traditional Cache

Why We're Kinda Crazy in MN: Part 5 - Cold Caching

A cache by JoeUUUUU
Hidden : 12/26/2011
In Minnesota, United States
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This is part of a series of (hopefully) winter friendly caches celebrating the insanity we take part in when the snow starts to fly. So bundle up, drink some cocoa, and get out there to enjoy the winter wonderland!

A smarter person would just stay inside, but you:

A) Just need ONE to keep that streak alive
B) Haven't had an FTF in a couple of days
C) Don't think 10 below is all that cold
D) Love digging snow out of tree bases to find a piece of paper in a peanut butter jar.
E*) Are enjoying the 50 degree weather in December

*Only applicable for Winter 2011-12.

Parking is available on the street nearby if you have a quarter or 2. There were so many places I wanted to hide this cache, but I could only choose one.
The GPS was very jumpy for me and the satellite view didn't help me narrow it down at all FWIW.

Muggle factor can be high here when school is in session, so be stealthy when applicable.

Come out and visit the other caches in the series!
Ice Fishing - (visit link)
Icy Festivals - (visit link)
Snowmen - (visit link)
Winter BBQ - (visit link)

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Last Updated: on 4/23/2014 10:50:40 AM Pacific Daylight Time (5:50 PM GMT)
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