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Located in beautiful Lover's Leap State Park near New Milford CT. Located just off a well defined trail. Cache is a medium lock & lock containing an assortment of Canada themed swag, even a FTF prize. Fully restored bridge now used for pedestrians. Take a picture, everyone else does.
I regularly make caching raids across the border into America, in fact one third of my finds are in the lower 48. So I'm thinking could it be possible that I could enter the US with a fully armed cache, place it and slink back across the border. Perhaps there are no borders for cachers. My plan worked, told the border agents we were going to visit family here in CT, put on my most innocent face and the next thing I know I'm on my way deep into America. This is a Canadian themed cache eh! In fact it is truly international - placed in America by a Canadian in a container including all its initial contents made in China. In order to lend credibility to this placement I have entered into a joint venture agreement with a local cacher, an ex-pat named Canadian Gal who has graciously agreed to look after any problems. She is very responsible - if anything goes wrong she's responsible. Perhaps this is the beginning of being a burden on your children, which has been my dream for a long time, besides she and her husband (nmctwx) are responsible for getting me into this adiction. Have fun eh!
Last Updated: on 11/25/2017 11:37:24 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (7:37 PM GMT)
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