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In a wooded area of a Park in Josephine County. May not be accessible at certain hours and flood stage.
The other day I heard someone say "Remember when gas was only....." We got to thinking about geocaching and the changes since we started. Here are some of the things we came up with.
Remember when geocaching had you going to an area you would not normally visit. Remember when geocaching was a nice walk in the woods. Remember when geocache containers were bigger than a film canister. Remember when the geocache container was big enough to hold travel bugs. Remember travel bugs. Remember when the geocache container was full of items to trade for. Remember when it was not the cleaver way the cache was hidden but the nice area it was in. Remember when the coordinates might be a little off but you could still find the cache from the clues. Remember when we had less rules because people were actually responsible when they hid the caches. Remember people who acutally maintained their caches. Remember when gas prices were low enough to support this type of caching. We are sure you can remember lots of other things.
Some people say you can't go back to the way it was. Well, We thought differently and decided to hide this cache in the style we liked so well.
You are looking for a container which is large enough to place several items and a few travel bugs. There is a first finder magnet for the first person to remember how to find a regular cache in the woods and not in the middle of town.
We hope you enjoy our trip down memory lane. Good luck and we know you can find this cache if you take the time and actually drive past the city limit sign.
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Last Updated: on 1/18/2014 4:19:22 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (12:19 AM GMT)
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