Teddy Bears' Picnic.
In British Columbia, Canada
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From Summerland travel west (no left turns), to Faulder here: 49°36.756+/-N. 119°46.948+/-W. Go up the hill follow the Summerland-Princeton Road for 13.5K. Park at the 'Creek X-ing' picnic area here: 49°38.806+/- N. 119°55.306+/- W. A short walk throught the trees will take you to the TCT/abandoned KVR railbed. Let your GPS take you to the cache.
Cache is in a cammo tupperware type container. As my first, I put quality items in my cache. If you trade please return the favor.
Log book, pencil and sharpener.
Bag o' money.
Shoe laces. (one pair)
Ice Roads CD.
Mini Flashlight kit.
Heart-shaped, red, flashing light.
'After Bite' stick. (for bug bites)
4x AA batteries.
Lake City Casino chip/keychain.
English, one pound note.
Mini First-Aid kit.
Be aware, all BC back-country, is bear country.
Watch for wildlife and domestic stock.
In Spring & Summer you will see Bluebirds (both Western Species), Raptors and other dickey-birds.
There are mini-trout in the creek.
If you've got kids, bring; firewood, hotdogs and marshmallows and a lighter. :-)
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Backroads. Near cache.jpg
In the cache area, a bridge over Trout Creek on the Trans-Canada Trail.
Last Updated: on 10/29/2012 8:43:56 AM Pacific Daylight Time (3:43 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum