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Wilbur's TB Orphanage

A cache by Peeker Sneakers Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 08/24/2008
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: large (large)

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Geocache Description:

Wilbur's Orphanage is a twist on the usual tb hotels.

Trackables only please ***no swag***

Wilbur's orphan babies are lost.*** TO CLAIM THE CACHE*** Wilbur would like you to bring her a lost baby when you visit. They are commonly found just about anywhere. Any of your choice will do. The younger members of Peeker Sneakers would like you to take a PHOTO of your addition being placed with its new mommy. See photo to know what kind of baby to bring.
Oh....Don't forget to trade all of you trackables here. Sorry, there is no swag to trade at this one.

Some cachers have added their names on their babies. I thought that was a great idea. Or you could give them their own name or even decorate them with paint to make them even more unique. Just the old regular naked ones are fine too.

********Please do not take ALL the bugs. This is meant to be a hotel so if you take them all we have to hunt for more to fill it. Please trade. If there a lot feel free to take one**********

5-09 Thanks to everyone that has visited this cache. It makes us smile every time we look at it. :0)

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