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Guild Geocache (c)

A cache by Julian and Dorian Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 8/5/2001
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1 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:

The Guild Inn in Scarborough, Ontario

This location boasts beautiful gardens maintain by the Metro Park authority. Historical building remnants populate this wedding photography haunt located adjacent to the Bluffs. This slim, plastic cache contains stamps, paper memorabilia and a small log book. PLEASE BRING A PEN TO SIGN IN as we could not fit one. X marks the spot with twinned fallen birch trees. Enjoy the park, turn left onto the path, follow along a third of the way. Get off the path. That's all there is! Enjoy.

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Park in the lower parking lot and follow the GPS directly into the thicket across from you. Look under the fallen Birch trees. SUPRISE!



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