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Fairfield Hills Series - Due

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Hidden : 11/15/2009
1.5 out of 5
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Welcome to the Fairfield Hills Series!

This is a series of seven caches all of the property of Fairfield Hills, Newtown, CT which are all within walking distance of each other. Note: Many Building/Structures are not open to the public, please be careful to not trespass.

This is the 2nd (Due) of 6 traditional caches in the Giriando series. The series can be done in any order. This cache is the close to the paved trail.

The final cache (7th-sette) is a puzzle cache. In order to find it, you will need to find six code words AND their corresponding code numbers (Not the series number). Each of the 6 caches in the series will give you exactly 1 code word and a single digit code number. Look under the lid.

Please read the cache page for Sette (7) so you understand what you are looking for: Fairfield Hills Series - Sette (7) (GC210ET)
Enjoy the series.

You will find a magnetic toy in each cache, please do not remove from the cache.

Congratulations to:
Alphadog for FTF!
SamSaturn for First Find!

Fairfield Hills Fact:

During its operation, treatments at Fairfield Hills included hydrotherapy, use of the drugs metrazol and insulin in shock therapy, patient seclusion, electric shock therapy, treatment of alcoholism, and frontal lobotomy.

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Fairfiled Hills Guidelines:

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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