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Minnesota Boy: This was the first cache I ever placed but it has run its course. Thank you to all of the cachers that looked for and for most, found this cache. I will now archive it so that someone else can use the space for a new cache.



A cache by Minnesota Boy Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 7/30/2010
2 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

The cache is located in Cedar Knoll Park. Please follow park rules. This nice park also holds Carlson Field, a well maintained baseball field. Near one of St. Louis Park's water towers, this park also has a fenced off-leash dog park for your dog to run a bit.

The cache is located in the very undeveloped end of the park. You shouldn't have to bushwhack much as it is located just a few feet from one of the "paths". Kid friendly, depending on your kid. I might not bring the very young ones back here. Don't forget to bring a bag for some CITO. Cache container is about the size of a medium peanut butter jar but is in fact a powdered lemonade container, hence the name.

FTF gets to choose either a Kirby Puckett rookie card or a small pewter collectible of Kent Hrbek. STF can have the other. Cache also contains other small items to begin with.

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