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We are no longer in the Years of Bliss or even the Noontide of the Blessed, but we can enjoy the company of the Ents out in George Bush Park, though they have become complacent and stationary, no longer feeling anything but the strenuous efforts of geocachers.
Treebeard found an old relative of his. He couldn't recall their name, but they would have made a great partner to an Entwife. Alas, none could be found. It is suspected they all moved up to The Woodlands, drawn by subtle marketing tactics. Now this Ent has become so treeish he probably won't even notice geocachers in the area.
While searching for this geocache of olden times, be careful that the Ent does not mistake you for an Entwife! This can only be avoided through delicate retrieval, allowing the previously mythical geocache to be uncovered anew by future travelers.
Geocachers which cannot get the geocache into their hand to sign the log may not log a find. The geocache is in the top of a tree. Bring a monkey or a ladder.
There has been some construction to the north of the geocache but I still could not find a great way to get here. By rummaging around I found a decent path to the geocache but the terrain rating is still deserved.
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 2/1/2017 5:38:57 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (1:38 PM GMT)
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