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Like all cachers, I sometimes get nervous when caches are located on private property. What if the property owner didn't really give permission to hide a cache here? Are the neighbors watching? Am I really supposed to trust some random yahoo on the internet that it's okay to hike across somebody else's property? This cache invites you to trust a fellow geocacher and find a cache hidden with the gracious permission of a property owner.
The cache is located on the property of a friend of a friend. I had previously hidden a cache (GC1EQZ4) on the property of my friend. He's the type of guy who actually enjoys it when strangers enjoy his propety! He had mentioned the experience to a friend of his who lives all the way out in Greenfield. This guy also requested a cache on his property, and I was more than happy to oblige.
The cache should be easy -- provided I didn't screw up the coordinates somehow. It is an ammo box filled with all sorts of stuff. At King Boreas' request, I had pulled eleven of his caches (GCYH8Q, GCYH8Y, GCYMH2, GCYMHK, GCYMHJ, GCYMHN, GCYMHP, GC1DY8K, GCWXXP, GCWXYD, GCE03C). This ammo box is filled to the brim with the former contents of those eleven caches (with KB's permission).
Parking is available on the road at N 45° 07.536 W 093° 41.208. Please stick to the area where the cache is located and away from the house.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum