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tadpole379: This cache has lived long enough, and it is time to open the area to new caches. I visited and removed the ammo can.


Warrior Bugs

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Hidden : 10/21/2009
1.5 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This kid-themed cache is an ammo can located at Kennedy Dells Park in New City.

This is a cache for the kids. The cache contains a variety of art supplies including pom poms, feathers, google eyes, pipe cleaners, and glue. Use the materials provided to create a one of a kind creature or "Warrior Bug". Any Warrior Bug you create is free to go home with you, and please post pictures of the Warriors!!

The cache is located on a trail by the stream, and there is a large flat rock right next to the hiding spot which is a perfect place to sit and build Warrior Bugs. Please be sure to carefully conceal the cache when you are finished so that it cannot be seen from the path.

Since the cache is full of art supplies, I did not leave any traditional swag, but if you would like to leave something, feel free. Please let me know if the items begin to run low, so I can refill the cache.

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