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Girl's Conservatory

Hidden : 06/14/2010
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

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Geocache Description:

A small plastic box located outside an old historic restaurant located in the Southern Adirondacks.

This geocache is located near a famous restaurant. The cache isn't that hard to find. If some-one comes out to ask questions, just wave your G.P.S. and they will know what you are doing.

In the year 1912, Allison Van Hoose, a gifted musician, bought 6 acres of land from Nathan Page on top of Page Hill. Van Hoose built a music conservatory for girls that continued until 1917 when it was sold as a summer home. A variety of people owned the building as a summer home till 1937. In 1937, Hamilton and Francis Dunham Chequer purchased the home and opened it as Melody Lodge for dining and lodging. Through the years a Call owned the building and kept it as a business. In the 1970's George Swift purchased Melody Lodge and it has been in the family ever since. With its scenic view of Lake Pleasant and Lake Sacandaga, good meals and a rustic lodging, Melody Lodge has become a favorite of both the local people and the vacationers.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


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