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Cotton Malone: As there's been no response to my earlier note, I am forced to archive this listing.
If you wish to repair/replace the cache sometime in the near future (within 90 days), just contact me by email, including the GC Code, and assuming it meets the guidelines, it will be unarchived.

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CMCST - Beanery RF: CMBO

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Hidden : 10/17/2008
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1 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Where lima beans once were king, is now a hot spot for birding. But before you proceed it's important you read
Then turn left and behind and there's where you'll find.

You are looking for a small green "Escape" cache on a black cord with a pencil & log. Plastic container contains birding brochures, 2 free Cape May Bird Observatory walk tickets, a birders pin, lanyard and a Cape May Diamond for the first to find.
First to Find all 3 Cape May Bird Observatory caches, bring proof to the Cape May Bird Observatory & get a free Charley Harper Lithograph Poster.

CMCST = Cape May County Sites Tour

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Ern Snez

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