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Cub pack 197 002 (My cub's cache)
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Medium sized cache, relatively easy to get to and find, short walk required, watch out for muggles.
I set this cache out in honor of my son's recent birthday, which we celebrated today.
My son started cub scouts this year and my involvement in his pack is part of the reason that I decided to try out geocaching. I love this activity because it encourages kids to get of the sofa and get outdoors.
My son is slowly getting interest in geocaching, but seems primarily interested in caches with "goodies" inside. Because we live in the city, many of the caches nearby are small containers (so that muggles won't find them) and rarely have any "goodies" inside.
This container is about the size of a softball with a big opening and should be just the thing that our area needs. Plenty of room for geo-coins and travel bugs (hint hint), which my son has never had a chance to discover.
I left an assortment of goodies inside. I will wait a week or so and then let him try to find the cache and we will see what is inside.
The container had to be covered with some loose leave and hay to conceal it and is also covered in camo duct tape. Please cover the container up so that it doesn't get muggled.
Speaking of muggles, there is a huge apartment complex with direct view of the spot. Please be muggle concious when seeking out this cache.
FTF honors go to BETTANDEM. Congrats!
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:34:06 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:34 PM GMT)
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