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xterramatt: I have archived Blizzcache as I removed the cache. I may at some point create a new one to put in it's place, but not sure when. At some point I also need to develop the photos... which I haven't done either... tsk tsk.<br><BR>



Blizz2000 GeoCache

A cache by Matt Peckham Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/30/2000
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Recently removed. Considering new location. North Reading, MA
Elevation 184'

Recently removed, considering new location and restock of goodies. Difficulty - 2 due to it's about a 2/3rd mile hike from the closest parking spot for a car (a 4WD could get to within 100 ft

Terrain - 2 it's not hard to get there, but there's a few brambles to climb through at the end. And a little rock scrambling. You can definitely bring the kids. But it's not a quick hike, anywhere from a 1.5 to 2 mile hike roundtrip, depending on where you start from

Placed this cache this morning. Right before the big blizzard (which is probably going to miss Boston). It's under some powerlines. In a fairly accessible area. There are several ways to get into this cache, from the South, East, and North. Make sure you wear bright clothing during hunting season, there is hunting in the area. The cache is a Kelloggs cereal jug, with about a 4 inch lid, so CDs don't fit in this cache. There are lots of goodies in here, for grownups and kids. This is a camera cache. So take the camera out, snap a photo of yourself, then put it back. There are a lot of other goodies to start this stash. Among them, a special Matchbox fire engine from Scient that says "We're on fire!", a mini Etch-a-Sketch, a tin of Altoids, several Balance Bars, a bone shaped dog cookie cutter, and a Campagnolo seatpost, the real prize

It's hidden pretty well, in a nook, or cranny, not sure what the difference is. There is nothing piled on top of it, but it's out of direct sunlight. Send me a message at if you visit the cache. Take something, leave something, write in the log book, and snap a photo of yourself. This is my first cache, and I planted it about a mile and a half away from home, but due to the impending storm, it may not be found till the spring! Let's hope it's sooner.

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