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Picnic area #1
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Click on to Nearest Cache and you should know the Location; Near FR#165; on up the road from the Sandia Man Cave;
When I Placed the Cache at about 2:00 PM 4-09-08 it was spitting a bit of rain mixed with a bit of Snow that was melting as it Hit the Ground
A Tin 6 inches across & 4 inches Deep.
Log & Pen & Pencil a couple of pins
Painted dark with the Offical Geocaching sticker attached.
Parking Lot is Located at N35 14.058 W106 24.678
Gate is locked until April 15th
There is parking along the road near the gate.
Walk to the south end of parking check out the Map And take the Loop Trail; @ N35 14. 060 W106 24.767 you will come to a Wire Enclosure Stay to the North
Take your time and pick a trail to a game trail to the cache.
As you near the cache keep an I out for that old rusty barbed wire fence keeping to the right you can walk around it. I learned the Hard Way
The Cache is Located along side a 24X24X18 inch rock within 2 feet of a game trail,covered with Stones.
Mrs MZW thought it was best I mention a medium size 175 lb. Black Bear we Spotted in the Picnic area this Past Sunday;
It was not in the area when I placed this cache:
(No hints available.)
- NOT THE BEARVery Close to this Bridge Sunday 4-06-08 About 1/2 hour before I snapped this photo of Mrs.MZW
- Ojito WildernessNot close to this Cache
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Last Updated: on 11/16/2017 11:59:08 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (7:59 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum