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Hidden : 7/22/2010
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Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Langlie has now made it to 1000 cache finds!

Langlie , now has 1000 cache finds!!!! I was not able to get this cache hidden before his 1000 find, but we still can celebrate it with him.

This cache site is located along a trial in Blaine. Cache contains a log, pencil,a ton of swag and a FTF dollar coin and STF quarter. (I also have a new LACKEYS 2010 GEOCOIN for LANGLIE as seen in the next picture, ask him if you can see it sometime.)

Mike, Thanks for the fun times on the trails, in the parks, on the snowmobiles, and in the canoe. Add world class weight lifter and commandeered a watercraft to our list of good times. (see pics below)


Langlie ( world class weight lifter) lifting me up above his head to reach X-Pole GC1BFRX

Langlie in a watercraft that I commandeered at EVIL DUCK POND!!! GC2C11

The cache has been placed with permission from the Anoka County Parks Department. It is located in the southern tip of the Rice Creek Chain of Lakes Park Reserve Park. Please enjoy the park and obey ALL park rules and hours. Park is open from 6 AM to 30 minutes after sunset.

Rice Creek Chain of Lakes Park Reserve Park summer Map,

Minnesota Geocaching Association

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