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Old Aunt Lena's Cache

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Hidden : 12/2/2007
2.5 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Turn east onto Montgomery from Tramway Blvd., then left on Glenwood Hills Drive, then right on Trailhead Street to the free parking lot for Embudito Canyon access.

This cache is placed in honor of old Aunt Lena (actually Weatherbug's Great-Aunt). She did a man's work on the old farm back in Indiana during the 1920's and 30's after her husband passed away. But, she was an eccentric old lady by the time Weatherbug knew her. Her dilapidated old farm house was filled to the brim with newspapers, assorted junk, cats, chickens, and flies (not to mention all the never-washed dishes, pots and pans piled high in the kitchen!) She was one tough old gal, sustaining only a broken arm when a tornado tore off her roof and deposited her and her furniture into the back yard! We have many family stories about her, as well as several verses to the song: "Old McDonald Had a Farm" (sung as "Old Aunt Lena Had a Farm.") Cache is a camoed nut jar.

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