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Lapel Pin Exchange
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Near the trailhead to the Saddle River Walk. This is a pin exchange - so bring a small lapel pin.
Because the Saddle River Walk cache is often muddy, this cache is placed so that you wouldn't get dirty.
Park in the parking lot for the baseball field at the end of Sherwood Road. The entrance to the marked yellow bar trail is in the woods on the first base side of the parking lot - between two parking signs. The sign for the trail head is about 30 feet into the woods and is not clearly visible from the parking lot.
The initial cache contains pins that you see people wearing in the lapels of their jackets - An American Flag, an organizations pin, a country or state pin, etc. If you have no pin to exchange, just sign the log.
Please replace exactly as found.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:34:16 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:34 PM GMT)
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