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Close to the Borderline 1
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This cache is part of a series of 19 new caches hidden for the Open Space Geacaching Event held on September 29, 2007. It is in the Elena Gallegos Picnic Area, which does require a small parking fee ($1.00 per car on weekdays, $2.00 on weekends).The cache is a large official geocaching tupperware box, and has room for some larger items.**UPDATE 01/16/08** - While performing cache maintenance, I noticed several sets of footprints following the fence line between this and GC158H7. These footprints are quite likely from geocachers (see albuquerquebill's log from 12/2/07), and are NOT on a designated trail. I don't want to play the heavy, but if this activity continues, it may result in removal of these two caches.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:33:37 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:33 PM GMT)
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