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This cache has been archived.

Cache-tech: I have been reviewing the caches in my area that have not been found for a long time. No, caches should not be buried and this cache has not been located for some time, therefore should have a maintenance visit. Please confirm the presence of the cache and unearth it. Contact me at cache-tech@geocachingadmin.com if you want the cache unarchived and it meets the guidelines. Thanks.

Cache-tech
Eastern Canada Admin

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Natures Preserve

A cache by Joel Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 9/23/2001
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:

This location is suitable for all ages, some walking required, kids can be a real asset and learn something as well.

This was a multiple find, but since the first location seemed to always get misplaced or just get lost, I have removed it and changed the location to the second find. Once you have arrived, its time to choose, who will play and who will figure out this next clue. All work and no play is the only way to find your way. You must think like a worm and dig like a gopher. This is the only way before its over. Small Peanut butter jar, the find is half the fun. Bring something to wash/wipe you hands with.

Additional Hints (Encrypt)

Centre “X” marks the spot , one foot down. You should be facing east if you have the right spot.


 

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15 Logged Visits

Found it 5     Didn't find it 9     Archive 1     

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