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Otter Slide Letterbox

A cache by Grey Wolf and Wild Rice Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 3/5/2009
2 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Letterbox Directions:
From the intersection of 35E and Anoka County 14, head easterly to the Otter's slide that goes south.  Continue stealthily past the big Blue Heron in the sky so he doesn't swoop down on you, and enjoy your slide around the two big curves.  After passing the Otter Hospital, stop at the second #50 sign.  From here, slide in a southeasterly direction to the big Spruce grouping in the distance.  Only one of these will give you shelter all the way to the ground.  Curl up near the trunk and open the container.  The "HELLO" stamp inside is for you to stamp in your Letterboxing notebook, so do not remove it from the cache.  Now slide back to from where you arrived and write about your adventure on the internet. This Letterbox Hybrid cache can be found at the listed GPS coordinates if you choose not to use the clues.
Have fun, Be safe, and and BYOP.
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