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A quick and easy Kids and Family Friendly cache, in another hidden park in Plymouth!
I get my allergy shots just around the corner from here, each and every week, rain or shine. During the mandatory 45-minute waiting period, I've often gazed out the window and contemplated hiding a cache nearby...most likely trying to get mind off of the pain in my arms. My first few scouting missions yielded less than desirable results, but lo and behold, I think I've found a spot that will hold a cache!
Location, Parking, and Access
This cache is hidden in a tucked-away neighborhood park, made famous by the mammoth ammo-can hide nearby. (Over 300 finds to date!) You can park in the small lot by that cache, or at the enclosed parking coordinates for a shorter walk. There's another trailhead to the North, but there are super-loud barking dogs if you come in that way, so it's easier on the neighbors if you come in from the other two entrances. You'll have good cover most of the year, even from the nearby houses, but I think some stealth might be required in the dead of winter.
You're looking for a regular-sized Lock 'n Lock, which starts out with an assortment of camping goodies, a nifty geocoin, toys and trinkets hand-selected from the 'Noles kidlets' personal collection, and a $10 Target gift card for the first finder. If you're here on a Monday afternoon, be sure to wave at WestHealth as you drive by...I'm pr'bly there, wishing I was outside. As always - thanks, have fun, and happy hunting!
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum