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Road Walkin' #5
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You are looking for a small, camo-taped spice jar. This one should be an easy find!
For the traveler headed south, you have at this point turned south off of Scott Ave and onto Szymanski Rd. (It is a little confusing because most maps incorrectly show this stretch as being on Interlocken St. - that comes next!) You will follow Szymanski Rd for only about a half mile in total before it turns into Interlocken St at the north edge of the Pinery Glen Subdivision. There you'll find that the Cherry Creek Trail heads straight west until once again it is able to continue on a more natural, meandering path to the south.
Since Road Walkin' - or Cycling - can be a bit boring, we've contributed this brief series of caches to make your journey more interesting.
NOTE: Scott Ave is closed at the point of its bridge over Cherry Creek. You will not be able to drive to all of the caches along Scott Rd; however, the non-walker can drive down Szymanski Rd and park right next to each of the caches along here!
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 1/4/2018 9:15:30 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (5:15 AM GMT)
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