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Sonny Anderson - YLHDAB

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Hidden : 4/10/2008
1 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

No dogs are permitted in this location, but there’s plenty of near-by parking. This location is an ideal spot equipped for a family picnic and with bear-proof garbage containers nearby. Nearest public washrooms are mid-town, 415 Connaught Drive, at Nature Calls.

Sonny Anderson was a popular local sportsman and railroader, raised in Jasper, who died in a tragic train accident at Grantbrook BC on 22 January 1969. This may seem to be an unusual location for a cache, but it has been placed at the suggestion of the honcho of the local Lions’ Club (responsible for the site) and is located exactly where he suggested. The cache is a micro (camouflaged) and contains a pencil and visit registration log only. In accordance with Jasper National Park guidelines no trading items are to be left in this location, nor anything that might attract wildlife. If any problems are noted with this cache, please call DAPS at 852-3241.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gnatb juvfxrl bfpne zvxr rpub gnatb ebzrb rpub fvreen nycun oenib bfpne ivpgbe rpub thyt ebzrb bfpne havsbez abirzore qrygn.

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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