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Reid_Ruich: The last time I was here I didn't see it which is too bad and didn't have time to replace it and since I am back at school looks like I am not going to getting a new one out

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Lee Parkwood

A cache by Reid_Ruich Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 7/11/2010
Difficulty:
2.5 out of 5
Terrain:
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Cache is fairly obvious. May require some looking but it is on the quiet part of park.I was able to sneak in a writing utensil but bring BYOP just in case. Replace exactly as you found it.
Original contents include: divit fixer, yellow stone, a baseball die, and a
FTF: 2 quarters. Enjoy the hunt

This is just one of the many Lee Parks in the neigborhood of Robbinsdale. The other park is just across the street from this Lee Park. Park can be busy at times but it usually is empty. Cache is on the less muggly side of the park anyway but still be wary. I remember a long time ago I played soccer here a lot when I was a kid. Now the soccer field is a dog area.It might be a hockey rink in the winter but I am not sure. The park also includes a baseball field and a playground. Enjoy the park and enjoy another cache in this lovely park as well. Happy hunting

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