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PodCache

A cache by Podboss & Podmama Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/21/2009
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

I called Podmama's children (when they were younger) The Pods because they sucked your energy. They only let me think I am the Boss.

This is our 1st hide, we hope you like it. There is a story about this area about how a resident planted the plants and trees, I will post when I find out the whole story.
You are looking for an ammo can. We wanted to make it a TB rest area because we have so many cachers around us we figured the TB would get moved around but decided to just post that if you have a TB that you want to get moved you can place it here and I am sure one of the other Margate cachers will pick it up and move it. There are 3 other caches along this road and 2 just off it, also a bunch around Margate & Coral Springs so make a day of it.
You might be able to park right by the cache area but the No Parking sign is confusing so you may want to park on the side street and walk, it is only 437ft from there.

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