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Anti-Micro Travel bug Motel and Hideout
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A little over 1 mile from the Ebudito Trailhead...Up hill.
This was the 2nd of 2 caches that I set out today.(Boones JCI Cache was the first) This one was dedicated to all the folks like myself who hike out to a cache only to find it is a Micro that is several feet from the coords.(Those drive me crazy!) This is in a LARGE Ammo box and should be very close to the cords listed.
Now for the fun part, many years ago the Albuquerque Area had Outlaws and Cut throats that would terrorize the out skirts of town. A particularly nasty hombre named Charles Steele was just such a person. Several times he eluded poses and would run to the embudito canyon area and disappear. While out hiking one day I stumbled across this hideout and decided that one-day I would set out a geocache close by for other folks to check out. Could this be the spot that old Charles would go to? No one will ever know, but it is fun speculating. :)
Please do not disturb the hideout. Tread lightly and please leave the cache as you found it.
I have placed several new Geocoins to start their new trek across the country.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:33:44 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:33 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum