Goose Poop Cache Group II
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Located at Mission Hills Park in Plymouth.
The playground in this park is popular with diminutive muggles. Mission Hills Park Pond is popular with waterfowl. Hence the name of the cache. A nice paved trail circles the park and then winds quietly through some of the neighborhoods. If you visit during the warmer months watch where you step....or slip.
There are only a handful of parking spots on the east side of the park but the walk to this cache will let you tour the west side too. Wild raspberry bushes abound. Beware of muggles from all angles. This cache is kid-friendly, even in winter but do watch for nettles. During the thaw and rainy times this approach could have very wet footing.
Summer plant growth will slow your approach to the cache but a nearby diminutive muggle play area is your biggest concern. Please re-cover cache when you're done.
The cache container is on the small side of regular and contains the usual fare (toys), unusual fare (IBM Prestige typewriter head), a very cool geocoin, and a Susan B Anthony dollar coin for the FTF.
CONGRATULATIONS divercth on being FTF here! Thanks.
New Cache container was put out 9/10/09. Thanks to those who alerted us along the way.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum