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Don't Leave Me Hanging! #1
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A micro cache (bring your own pen/pencil) that should be pretty quick to find for most. You may have to step over some overgrowth but is otherwise very accessible.
As the name of the series implies, the caches are all hanging in some way. This cache is a bison tube that has not been camo-ed in any way. We're going to give this a try for a bit with no further hints. If we start seeing too many DNFs, we'll add a hint.
My wife and I starting a series of caches and decided to place the first one by a park near our home. It is a fun, little park with some great equipment and a big field for playing tag.
Ready? Set? Cache!
A note about muggles: Obviously take the normal precautions given the area. However, there is a lady who lives the nearest house who enjoys sitting on her back deck. Don't worry about her. She isn't the cache owner but she is in the know and loves watching people search. Just give a friendly wave!
Other caches in the series:
Don't Leave Me Hanging! #2
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:47:14 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:47 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum