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Trust Me

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Hidden : 10/6/2010
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1 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:

You are looking for a small (2" x 3"), camoed other. The cache contains a log book only. BYOP. An extraction tool may be helpful.

Note: This cache is rarely available during the winter months as the plaza is usually closed.

Trust me. How often have you heard those words? Located in the Northern Trust plaza, this area is a little oasis in the heart of the Chicago Loop financial district.

Even if you cannot find the cache, take a moment to sit down, relax, and enjoy the ambiance of this great Midwestern city.

No landscaping needs to be disturbed to find this cache. The cache will not be accessible weekends, bank holidays, or weekdays between 6:00 PM and 7:00 AM. Please do not trespass if the gates are closed or locked. Security guards monitor the area.

A GPSr will not be of much use amidst the tall buildings in this area. You may wish to consult Google maps before beginning your quest. This is a high muggle area; use your best stealth.

Please replace the cache in the manner you found it.

You will enjoy this me!

Congratulations to Chicagobob on his first FTF ever!

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