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Cache In Trash Out Event

Taylor Park CITO

A cache by verygeeky and Forty-n-Eight Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : Saturday, April 23, 2011
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Taylor Park CITO

Join verygeeky and Forty-n-Eight for a spring Cache In Trash Out event in Duvall's Taylor Park. In anticipation of a tremendous summer, geocachers are teaming up for some much needed trail maintenance and trash clean-up in Taylor Park.

Time: Saturday, April 23rd, 2011 - 9:45am-12pm
Plan to show up at 9:45. After a quick safety briefing, coffee and donuts, we'll get moving.

Place: NE Park St. and 1st Avenue N, Duvall WA
Taylor Park, picnic structure.
We'll meet at the picnic tables east of the playground. Plenty of street parking is available, but carpool where possible.

Taylor Park is a 6 acre suburban park in the heart of Duvall. In addition to the playground and picnic tables, Taylor Park is home to a small trail system that meanders through the ravine, down to Main St. Coe Clemons creek. Coe Clemons creek is home to Coho Salmon, frogs, and an impressive variety of wildlife. Join us for a spring CITO event.

The primary goals of this event are:

  • Safety. Nobody likes getting hurt. Come prepared, stay aware, and don't do anything you would be embarrassed to explain at the emergency room.
  • Fun. This isn't just a trail cleanup, it's a geocaching event!
  • Work. This isn't just a geocaching event, it's a trail cleanup!
  • Raffle!. Magellan and Groundspeak have donated some items to raffle at the event! Magellan has donated a Magellan eXplorist GC GPS device and some smaller items. Groundspeak sent several CITO trackable tags and geocoins. sent some items for raffle, including gifts for GeoKids! Forty-and-Eight has promised to kick one of his incredibly cool Washington Quarter geocoins.


We will provide plastic trash bags and vinyl gloves, as well as some snacks, coffee, and juice. You'll want to bring appropriate clothing and anything you think will make clean-up easier, safer, or more fun.

Some things to consider:

  • Heavy shoes or boots
  • Gloves
  • Snacks (for yourself or for the group)
  • Sunscreen (wishful thinking!)
  • Bug repellant
  • Hand sanitizer


To thank you for your efforts, your name will be entered in a raffle, held at 11:45, for SWAG, geocoins, t-shirts and other goodies.

A list of businesses and organizations will be included here prior to the event.


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This event is being hosted by a member of the WSGA. If you are a Geocacher in the state of Washington, please consider joining the Washington State Geocaching Association. This is a great way to get the most out of Geocaching in our region. Simply go to the WSGA Web Page for details!

Special thanks to Groundspeak,, and the 2011 CITO sponsor, Magellan!

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