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Much to easy to describe much else. Just look for it, and don't birch too much.
Karley and I did this, we tried to add to the Saska-caching landscape. We put a few things in: golf ball, hat, Lion King mug, whirlygig and a few other odds and ends. To boot, I found a stubby bottle near by for you collectors of such things. Won't take too long to find it. I just hope it lasts...probably one difficulty with urban sites (HINT). On April 5.2009 the cache container was changed to a .50 cal. Ammo can. At this time the cache contains- 3 pet toys. one yellow stuffed Duck. One wood train engine. 2 Magnetic clothspins. And a Home Depot- Tony Stewart Key Chain. The log book has been changed. The reward for the FTF in this new cache container will be the honour of signing it first. On August 1 2016 the cache container is a 30 cal. ammo can. Now chained to a tree. Hope it lasts.
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:39 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
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