I pass this little playground every day on my way to work, but I know nothing about its history. A search of the internet has revealed that a long line of Yetters lived in the area. The last mentioned being an Albert Yetter, who was an engineer (possibly with the railway) listed in the 1907 census. It seems reasonable that this is the family that the park was named after, but I don't know why.
If anyone can provide some history for this little park, I'll gladly add it to the cache description.
A lot of kids use this park as a route to and from school, so pick your time to look for it wisely. And the crossing guard has a sharp eye!
The cache is in a camoed peanut butter jar (those with peanut allergies please take note) and contains the typical dollar store swag. Please sign the log book and take and leave something if the mood hits you.
When placed, the cache contained 3 Landsharkz pins I won as a doorprize at the last GeocoinFest in Halifax.
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