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Playlot 4

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Hidden : 8/23/2007
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Originally placed by beagle39z.

These micros are placed in easily accessible areas that you can drive very close to. Please park only on the streets that permit parking.

It seems to me that there are never enough urban-friendly caches, ones that both kids and seniors may enjoy.

While driving around I see so many cool places and ways to make and place multi and traditional caches without having to bushwhack through itch weed, stinging nettles, wild rose thorns and muddy bogs.

So, I decided to place some quick caches in the Playlots around Bloomington. They are all micros with a small log that doesn't require any clues to find. Besides, true cachers don't need clues. Right? Bring a pen or pencil.

Remember that these are children's playlots so there will be lots of muggles at and around the cache sites.

Oh, and by the way, don't forget to look both ways before crossing the street; don't run with pointed writing sticks; eat all your vegetables; share your toys and remember - it's only a game so have fun in the hunt.

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