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Curiosity Killed The Cat

A cache by WI.Hibiscus Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/01/2009
In Wisconsin, United States
2 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This cache has been placed, with permission, inside the James J. Siebers Memorial Library. Check the link to the library website for library hours.

Curiosity killed the cat is a proverb used to warn against being too curious lest one come to harm. A less frequent rejoinder to 'curiosity killed the cat' is 'satisfaction brought it back' The earliest printed reference to the origin of this proverb is in a British play dated 1598.

You can satisfy your curiosity for just about anything in this place. It keeps this cat coming back! You should check out the reference area. This area has lots of great information. I bet it has just what you are looking for.

I can see the cache from outside but you have to go inside to sign the log. The container is camo’d by its surroundings. Use stealth.

Do not ask the librarians for help. The library director specified that this cache should not create extra work for her staff.

Logs that give away too much information about this hide will be deleted.

Congratulations to tmschmitt for the FTF!

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