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Erwinia of B & E: Sad to report: This cache is gone. Sorry to those who tried to find it after it came up missing. The hiding place for the cache was in an area that saw lots of running water during the last few months. There is also some new construction going on very nearby, so it seems that this cache has run its course. We are planning something new for the area, so be watching. Thanks to everyone who has searched for this cache in the past. B & E

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Singletrack Stash

A cache by Botrytisfree and Erwinia Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 1/17/2001
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Fishin' rod provided, no license necessary.

Although it is very possible to hike into this stash, it will be enjoyed far more by a mountain biking enthusiast. There are 5-10 miles of trails here for riders of any level. It is less than one mile from public parking areas if one were to walk to it. The stash is hidden in a cavity under a large tree in the middle of a gulley between two trails. The tree should be easy to spot when you get close, the stash is kept in a clear tupperware container. Play with the game and enjoy yourselves while you are there, please leave the game for others, but please take and trade other treasures at will. Have a great time!

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