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.50 Cal Ammo box. Camo'd
You should find this cache relatively easy. It's not meant to be tricky. I named this cache in honor of one of the members of the Susquehanna Cache Corp. Norm is good cacher. I'm speaking nothing of his prowess to find caches, but of his passion to play the game the way it was designed. Norm will try to leave the cache better than he found it. Most of the time leaving a little extra swag behind. I decided to do this cache when Norm blew a gasket, and posted a few letters. Disgusted with the condition of a number of caches and uneven trade practices, Norm let loose! Now Norm said things that we all have been thinking, like; Why don't more people take a few spare items along with them so that they could dry a wet cache, or to replace a log? Why do some caches look like a McDonalds toy refugee camp? If you don't want the item what makes you think anyone else will? Now many will say that it's not about what's in the cache, it' the hunt. Ba-loney! I can't wait to see what's inside and I'm sure that all the kid's do too.
Norm, keep the faith! Most cachers are good, but sometimes they need reminded. Hopefully this cache will restore the faith.
The first cachers to arrive here will find a nearly empty cache. I'm asking that the 1st 20 cachers, leave something but take nothing. If there is something wrong with the cache fix it. I'm betting that you'll feel good about your deed. Hopefully you'll continue the practice. And remember no good dead goes unrewarded! Ya never no when it will pay off!
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