A Walk Down Eaton Avenue
In Manitoba, Canada
How Geocaching Works
***CACHE IS NOT AT COORDINATES!***
You need to solve N 50 AB.CDE W 096 FG.HIJ
A small magnetic cache. Bring your own writing tool. The answers are all right in front of you and the puzzle should be easy to solve! Or at least I hope!
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There is no need to leave the sidewalk or trespass. Please use caution when at Fire Hall.
All stages are within a block including the final.
****Make sure to read the description or you will not be able to solve one of the stages!****
Eaton Avenue was one of the first avenues in Selkirk. There is a lot of history on this street as well as a few must know locations.
The Town of Selkirk was formed in 1882. It became a City on June 26, 1998.
The Scott House, located at 205 Eaton Avenue, was built by Robert Scott who was a County Agent and Police Magistrate. The House was later sold and became a Tea House. It is now a private residence.
The Masonic Hall was built in 1920 and is home to Lisgar Lodge #2, Khartum Carvers, Prince of Wales Chapter #11 Royal Arch Masons and Selkirk Shrine Circus Club.
The bell that sits in front of the Fire hall is the original Town of Selkirk Fire Bell.
The plaque that sits in front of The City of Selkirk Civic office was to commemorate Selkirk’s Centennial in 1982.
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Last Updated: on 1/9/2013 1:25:06 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (9:25 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum