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Another cache deep in the McColl Pond woods, this one is near a clearing used as a hang-out for the neighborhood youth. There used to be a large tree with a rope swing into the water that was a favorite hangout for kids until the tree fell last year. People still come down this trail to hang out, fish, maybe swim, and have bon fires.
To make your hike worth while you could bring a pole and do some fishing, have a bonfire, explore the new ELC (environmental learning center), catch a softball game, go skateboarding, play on the playground, play bocce ball, or just hike around the park when you come. Parking is available at the Community park.
You're looking for a peanut butter container (camoflaged). Original contents included a deck of cards, a Spongebob, a travel clock, and a travel bug. This cache is named after our 12 year old Pug missy, another cache nearby is named after her lifelong mate Barney.
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- picture of Missy the pugMissy, the caches namesake
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum