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A cache by ElectricWaldo Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/17/2010
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Como'd jar placed near where the toadstump once stood.

Saw this unusual sculpture of nature while hiking on a local schools project [be sure to look at the picture]. Thought it would be a good spot for a Cache. While I've never seen a poisonous snake in Southern California, [I saw 3 while hiking half dome, but I consider that Norcal] there are plenty of signs around here warning of snakes. If you have children with you, I'd definitely watch for snakes.

The Toadstump was washed away during heavy rains last year and was moved to higher ground. Still worth looking at the picture! Coordinates have been updated, Bring a Pencil!
It should be easy to find while walking the trail. The cache is nearby behind a rock and while camouflaged, look close and it will surely jump out at you.

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Please replace the cache exactly as found. Placed Halloween 2010.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

zbir gur ybt gb ybt gur ybt.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



  • The Toad StumpHere's a pic of the stump for which the cache is named.

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