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County park land in slightly brushy forest area. Parking is free since the nearest building is the county service center.
Once upon a time (about 4 months ago) there were these cachers who decided it was time to look for greener pastures, the good life, somewhere in the lower 47. These cachers, who we will refer to as THEY WHO MUST NOT BE NAMED, decided to clean out their house after putting it on the market.
That is when the trouble occured. For in the basement of this house, was the largest supply of toilet paper that could safely be collected. Who knew that through years of sales and specials shopping, one could acquire so much?
What to do? An extra U-haul trip or two? Sell it with the house? (For sale beautiful cottage house, superb backyard and years supply toilet paper included. Est. by formula 4 granola eaters one roll per week.)
No, that would be wasteful and feel like quiting, and geocachers never quit. Well, unless the Amazing Race will be on TV soon.
Anyway, the house was pulled off the market and THEY WHO MUST NOT BE NAMED (we are not in any way, shape or form refering to Mutsley & Crew) will have to remain here until they can spin the last ticket.
We would miss them, but we feel that it should be all of our duties, however hard, to give them a hand in these difficult times. So, everyone hear the call (use imagination here) and come spin the roll. Don't be shy, there is plenty.
(No hints available.)
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