Schrader's Ode to Dayspring
In Washington, United States
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Tools of the Trade (TotT) are necessary to log this cache!
This cache is near the border of the Washelli Cemetery. It is not necessary (or advised) to enter the cemetery grounds in order to find this cache.
Tools of the Trade (TotT) are necessary to log this cache! The well-prepared cyclist will come equipped with the device necessary to coax the treasure from its hiding place. As the effort is expended above, so the fruits will be revealed below. Those without the necessary tool will be disappointed - fishing is not likely to result in success.
Access is from the interurban trail near its southern terminus. There is robust parking at the southern end (47 42.515N 122 20.990W). Better yet, bring your bike, and enjoy the beginning of a trail that will take you all the way to Everett (with a few sections of on-street riding). This is a favorite with our kids, and the place where both of them learned to ride.
When it is time to replace the cache, just slide it into the place from whence it came. It needs to go quite some distance to get home, so goose it with a pen if necessary, or perhaps employ your TotT to prepare the way!
The family has enjoyed many of Dayspring's caches in the Seattle area, and thought that this would be a fitting gesture of appreciation. There is, of course, a prize for first to find!
Don't forget the TotT!
Finally, if you're interested in making one of these, you can find directions at: http://herrpotterscaches.weebly.com/
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Last Updated: on 6/6/2013 3:37:41 PM Pacific Daylight Time (10:37 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum