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One in the palm is the one in the bush. PROXY CACHE
It is a vacant lot that I own between two houses. People cut across it often. I just wish more were geocachers!
Original container was a dark forest-green plastic bottle. 10/29/2010 - Latest reports indicate that the original container is missing. This will now be a PROXY CACHE. Read the last log. If it is unlikely that the cache will be there, LEAVE ONE OF YOUR OWN AND DESCRIBE IT IN YOUR LOG AS FOUND. It can be anything for the next person to find, distinguishable from trash but worthless enough for vandals not to remove (as if they would pick up trash anyway). This is how we can still have g/c fun in this area.
10/30/2010 - I visited and left a red 18 oz plastic cup. There is nothing to sign. Just report it found or not found.
7/28/2011 - I bought the house next to it on the left (734). I will eventually fence in and/or move the cache but you are still welcome to find it.
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