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NOTE: as of January 30, 2010, cache and hint have changed. coordinates are the same. container and hide are different.
- now a micro, no room for trades.
- bring tweezers!
- please replace exactly as you have found it.
- no need to remove entire cache. lid will come off from container.
Sachs Park in beautiful Pound Ridge, NY opened in July of 2009. It's a small but beautifull park with a pond, jogging trails and a field to play in.
The cache is a small, black hide-a-key container with a green-taped top. It's small enough to hold a couple of coins and log only. There is a small pencil in the cache but bring your own writing utensil as a backup.
This cache requires very little bushwhacking as the trails are not extensive. As well the park is surrounded by residential property so do not venture too far into the woods and respect the Private Property signs.
Mind park hours (closes at dusk I believe) and watch muggles. This is a new, and very quiet park, but once it is discovered that may change.
Keep the park clean! CITO, and please drive slowly on Old Stone Hill Road as there are often joggers and strollers leisurely enjoying this twisty road.
Welcome to Sachs Park!
Congrats to Bacmac for the FTF!
(Cache is starting off with my 12k Travel Bug)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum