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Bunch of Bracelets

A cache by Monkeyangel adopted by Plumb69 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 08/23/2008
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
3 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This Cache is being placed for the Sandown Town Forest Expansion Event.
It is not in the town forest but is in one of Sandown's many conservation areas.
This one is off Wells Village Rd between #123 and #127.
Keep right at the fork to get to the parking area.
Permission has been given by the Sandown Conservation Commission to place this cache

There is a firing range at the parking area.
If it is being used come back some other time.
This area has no trails but the easiest way to get around is to follow the marked area boundary to the right from the parking area.
Once out of the parking area there is no underbrush so bushwhacking is easy.
This cache is on a spot overlooking the river.

You will be required to cross the river to get to the cache.
It is easily done when the water is low.

The cache contains all sorts of Bracelets.
And part of the coordinates for the Firing Range cache.

"The firing range was being used by the Sandown Police Department they are now using a new location and the Range will be removed however please use caution while in the area."

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