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Do all dogs go to heaven? Do cats have nine lives? Perhaps the answers are near.
Relationships between owners and pets are all unique and special. Pets can be treated entirely like family members. Even after passing these family members receive extraordinary treatment in memorial. Many of these special pets rest near this cache location. Though “rest” is a relative term. Sometimes while passing by I think I can see something moving in the shadows, out of the corner of my eye. Sometimes there are what seem to be many pairs of eyes blinking in the woods. There, and then gone. Then over there again.
Approach the cache site with care. Open if you dare.
This is an easy lunchtime cache. Heavy vines that make you feel like human velcro. Long sleeves and pants are a must to avoid cache scratch fever. Cache can be accessed from either inside or outside the cemetery. Enter and exit carefully. There is not much traffic, but they are not looking for you.
Only the bravest most extreme cachers will approach at dusk or night.
Those who put spoilers in your logs may be haunted!
** Congratulations to ABNscot13 for First to Fright! **
Va gur pbeare!
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:40:03 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:40 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum