A Little Cache On The Side
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Walking the path on a summer evening, you can look over this little pond (swamp, really) and listen to the frogs and crickets serenade you while you watch the sky explode with color as the sun sets behind the trees. At least that's the way I remember it as I write this in mid-February.There's no serenade in winter, but there's no humidity or mosquitoes either. If you brought the kids, head to the southeast corner of the park. There's a little gazebo-like thing with a picnic table or two, and a play area with some swings and slides, etc.
The cache is only about 20 feet off a paved trail, but please be aware there are thorns present in any season. To begin with the container holds a "Jay and Silent Bob" beercap magnet, a tiny Earth, and a wrinkly $5 bill for the first to find.
CONGRATS TO REBELEX ON THE FTF!
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum