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This hide is in Ernest E. Debs Park for our best friend Teddy Bear. This is his favorite place in the whole world. For something different, there is a rhyme that you may follow instead of using the GPS. If the clues don't get you there, the magic satellites should.
This is just another "walk in the park".
Teddy Bear Bliss Poem
Your journey starts in the place you must park
A place only open from dusk until dark
Though the sign you seek may seem like a lark
It reads “Park Hours: Dusk to Dawn” which misses the mark!
The sign stands next to a black gate, oh my,
The road behind it, though paved, climbs to the sky!
A hike to the top is yours to try
No more than 500 meters long, I do not lie
At the top of the hill the road splits in two
Take the path less traveled and follow the view
A serene location is waiting for you
Head directly west, very straight and true
At the peaceful oasis stop at the rock
Look at the placid terrain and imagine a clock
If you are at 12 then to 6 you must walk
Then, to find your bliss, down the hill to unlock
Four wooded soldiers stand in a row
To face off against a lonely foe
The can is hidden in the first to go
A worthy prize for our Best in Show
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum