Lost, Then Found
In Connecticut, United States
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This is called Lost, Then Found because when I hid it, I thought I was carrying the ammo can that came from one of Lostboy's caches that I took out for him. So, a cache was lost, but a knew cache is found. Turns out, this isn't the same ammo can, but eh, oh well.
Park at the Centennial Watershed parking area on Rock House Rd. Plenty of parking and it's the nicest hike! Do not park on Valley Rd, or Stepney Rd at the other end, it is posted "No Parking" everywhere. Pick up a trail map at the trail head, and if you want, put the map back when you're done. This is your permit to hike in the Watershed Park, read the rules on the back of it. Here is a link to the map, if you want to print one up and avoid them running out of maps at the trail head. Centennial Water Shed Map Cache is a stocked .30 cal. ammo can. Enjoy your hike, and be sure to check out the old mill waterfall on your way in. There is a short offshoot trail to it on the left. Please hide the cache back the way you found it, or better.
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Last Updated: on 1/31/2017 11:39:26 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (7:39 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum