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Erithan: This cache was stolen by someone and no longer exists. I fear the cultprit was probably one of the homeless people who frequent the park, not even the log sheet was left behind.

I will try and place another downtown microcache shortly somewhere else, and hopefully that one will survive a bit longer.

My thanks to those of you who participated :)


What's That Smell - A Microcache in the Market

A cache by Erithan Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 1/14/2002
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1 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

A microcache in Toronto's Kensington Market

This cache was stolen.

This cache is an old medicine container (larger than a film cannister, but still micro-ish). It is my first cache and is located in Kensington Market. Be sure to check out the vibrant market life before or after you find the cache.

It contains:

  • 20 Franc Banknote
  • misc. foreign coins
  • misc. chinatown trinkets
  • fancy beads
  • intro/log sheet and IKEA pencil for those of you who forgot your writing utensils.
  • Travel Bug "Going Underground"
The goal of the included travel bug is to go for a ride around the whole of the Circle Line on the London Underground (In London, UK). Please be sure to cover the cache up well after visiting it. And note that this cache is best hunted for during daylight hours :).

Additional Hints (Encrypt)

In Oxford St. Park you will find the cache, in a corner, covered with leaves and stones.



16 Logged Visits

Found it 9     Didn't find it 2     Write note 4     Archive 1     

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