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A good sized plastic snap lock type container. Look behind #9. Part of my on-going quest to hide more large kid friendly caches.
Here is the deal!
I have one daughter and she is engaged. The wedding takes place the first week of August 2007. Since the engagement was first announced, I have had really just one job. Writing Checks! Finally, I have a real job. On Sunday July 8 there was a wedding shower for my daughter strictly a girls affair. So it is my job to keep all the guys busy; What to do?
Yep a geocache hunt! At first I was going to use existing caches, then I decided I wanted to put stuff in the caches for them to find. The geocaching community gets the benefit of this expensive adventure. This is a series of 5 caches, some of which were stocked with goodies that would not be allowed in a regular cache (stuff like bubble gum and those little cap like popper goodies, that stuff will all be gone before they are published and replaced with regular ordinary stuff.
When you see this cache published the shower will be over and the contents in perfect shape ready for the first to find to grab. There will be an unactivated geocoin for each "2nd To Find" in the series of 5. But . . . no more than one to a person, so it will then go to the 3nd to find and so on. . . . . If you are 2nd to find, send me an email with your address and I will post a coin to you. (I figure being first to find is it's own reward.)
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