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Westville Power Boat Association

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Hidden : 09/27/2010
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

You're looking for a small square camo'd container located at the Westville Power Boat Association.

The Westville Power Boat Association was founded in 1908.  After more than 100 years in existence, the club is still going strong.

As a member of the Delaware River Yachtsmen's League, founded in 1914, the Westville Power Boat Association is one of the oldest clubs on the river.  The actual location of the clubhouse is along Big Timber Creek, which has an interesting and exciting history of its own, with notable events dating back to the Lenape indians in the 1600's, George Washington and the Revolutionary War, and WWII.


The cache container is a small square tupperware box that's been spraypainted to blend in with the surroundings.  It's large enough for most geocoins and small TB's.  Bring your own pencil.  Please be sure to replace the cache well so it remains undiscovered by muggles. 

Also keep in mind that this club is a private organization for members only, so you can't simply walk onto the property or into the building (this means you shouldn't park your car in the club's lot when searching for this cache).  The location of the cache is just outside the boundaries of the club's property.  Beware of muggles, especially in the evenings during the week and all day on weekends.  This is especially true during the spring and summer months when boating season is in full swing! 

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