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Blueirocguy: Decided to archive this one after also archiving another nearby. Low find rate, worn out stages, a fair distance from my current home, and “Hey, this cache has been here a long time!”, realization means it’s time for a change. The park has more open space for a new hide or two. Thanks to all who came and searched for this one! Maybe I’ll try to do another multi better than this.... hmmm?


Sunny Acres Rusty Water

A cache by Blueirocguy Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 6/12/2009
3.5 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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The north side of the metro could use another multi-cache!

You'll notice the great quality of the water they have in this park when you do this cache. A fairly simple (or maybe complex?) 3 stage affair that will require some stealthy abilities at all stages to protect the integrity of the multi. Parking lots are available on the north side of the park off of Sunny Lane. Please stay inside the cable boundaries of the park, none of the stages are on private property! Please obey park rules and hours, thank you.

*** Stage 1 has vanished again, so we'll skip that stage and move directly to Stage 2.

*** Stage 2 is N45 12.931 W093 21.960. ***

A big Congrats to Oakwilt for FTF honors!

Have fun... Cache onward!

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