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10-26-08: I should add the slope this cache is on can be very muddy and slick. It wasn't bad for me but I'm a small guy. Also, there is a small footbridge along the path, or at least it resembles a footbridge. Some of the boards are loose so be careful, especially when it's wet.
This is a micro container hidden on public land in the Cedar Ridge area. Bring your own pen/pencil. This cache requires walking into and back out of a ravine. Please respect private property. Park down by the river and enjoy the walk through this nice area. There is a note included along side the cache container in a waterproof bag. It is not the log. You must open the locked container and sign the log in it to get credit for this cache. No trading items please, but there MAY be enough room for a small or very small TB. Please do not overstuff the bag or it will not seal properly.
If you approach this cache from the proper direction, not cutting through private property, you will need to walk down the ridge and back up again twice. It's fairly steep for this area's standards. All elements to complete this cache are hidden on the title feature and are concealed well. Use caution while searching and please replace all natural and geoflauge elements the way you found them. Please do not hunt this cache at night because this public land is nested in a residential area and is near the backside of a couple homes. Night-time geocacher activity would likely cause alarm. Otherwise, people are often seen walking through here at any time of day. Use good judgement.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:38:52 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:38 PM GMT)
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