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Along The Oyster River

A cache by 21alpine Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 6/7/2011
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Another location that I drive by every night after work. Nice area for fishing.

A quiet branch of the Oyster River. There is ample space for several cars to pull off here.

I walked along the river paths a bit to check out the area and scout for a location for a cache and found that there are/were beaver in the area. There are plenty of chew marks at the base of a few trees.

I also saw what looked like a beaver den next to the fallen tree laying across the river. Whether or not they are still there, I am not sure. Maybe if you're lucky you will catch sight of one.

Cache is a small oval plastic container with camo tape hidden in a geo obvious spot. Please be sure to close the cover tightly to keep moisture out.

Re-hide the cache well so that it can not be seen but doesn't look obvious that something is there, as it is located right next to the path.

There is a new deck of playing cards for the FTF.

Congrats to listmakerlistdoer for the FTF.

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