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TWS Does 1000 at ALP

A cache by KRed Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/7/2008
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This tribute cache is a silver ammo can in honor of Timewellspent reaching the ONE THOUSAND finds milestone.

Parking and trailhead at N44 50.227; W093 24.202

Timewellspent has been geocaching since May, 24, 2007 and reached the one thousand finds milestone December, 2008. Also in that time he placed 25 caches. His caches are well known and feared in the SW Metro geocaching community and his caches collectively have been nominated for cache of the month. While his puzzles can be difficult and vexing, he is always generous with help and hints.

TWS is focused when it comes to finding caches and can sniff out a difficult cache in mere minutes. It is no wonder that he so easily reached his one thousand milestone.

When you find this cache, if you are so inclined, please note in the cache log a specific memory you may have of a time you met, emailed, or found a cache of Timewellspent. Good natured ribbing is not out of the question.

Good Luck to TWS in his future cache milestones. We will see you out on the trail!

This is a very easy cache, in a beautiful Three Rivers Park in Eden Prairie. This cache has been registered and approved by Three Rivers.

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