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State Game Lands #109

A cache by Henry Schmitt, Dan Klein Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 09/21/2000
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Near the swampy Confluence 42N 80W in State Game Lands #109, SE of Erie, PA

10th Anniversary Celebration!
Thanx to everyone who came to join us on the 10th anniversary of this cache. We had a great time meeting everyone. We'll be posting pictures of the event for those of you who couldn't make it.
Original Entry: On our visit to Confluence 42N 80W we left a cache nearby. Rather than leave it in the swamp proper, we left it in the crotch of the 5-trunked maple tree seen in picture #5. In addition to the logbook and a pen, we also left a Sendmail laser/knife and a "Droopy Dog" toy. The cache is fairly easy to reach, and only requires some bushwacking. However, it's nearby a swamp and you might want hip-waders if its been raining. This may have been the first cache in Pennsylvania, but it's taken us 4 months to post it.

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  • 2000 EquipmentThe equipment we used in 2000 to place the cache. The two side units are Garmin GPS IIIs. In the center is a Magellan Trailblazer built in 1994.
  • Owners in 2000Self-portrait of Henry Schmitt (L) and Dan Klein (R) before placing the cache in 2000.
  • Placing the Cache in 2000Taken when we originally placed the cache in 2000. Since then, the container has been replaced.

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