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Grey Wolf and Wild Rice: [green] This one has had a pretty long run. Remove container today to open up the space for someone else. Did take me a while to find it as the cache had migrated a bit.

Thanks to all who visited. [/green][white]

This entry was edited by Grey Wolf and Wild Rice on Thursday, 26 May 2011 at 17:06:41 UTC.


Centris Bear at Keller Park

A cache by Grey Wolf and Wild Rice Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 1/31/2008
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Most likely, local cachers will all remember Centris (aka "The Pink Bear Lady") who moved to Wyoming in 2007.
While hunting for this year's St. Paul Winter Carnival Medallion, my granddaughter found a great hiding spot for a cache that had all the makings of a snug Bear Den.  So, Grey Wolf just happened to have an appropriate container and the Centris Bear was snug in hibernation, waiting to be found. 
Cache is a little bigger than a full sized ammo can and chocked full of trading stuff for kids of all ages.
Since this is part of Ramsey County's Keller Lake Park, hours are thirty (30) minutes before sunrise to thirty (30) minutes after sunset.  Please adhere to these hours and be aware that any logs indicating caching outside of park hours will be deleted.
Good Luck, Have fun, Be Safe, and BYOP!

This cache was approved by Ramsey County Parks.

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