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Lonesome Dove

A cache by Wicked247 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 9/18/2011
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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You are seeking a uniquely disguised 35mm film canister appropriate for its surrounds. The cache is hidden a short distance off the Tall Timber Trail footpath which can be accessed from numerous areas inside the Nocatee Greenway. Please replace exactly as found, and as always, remember to use caution in wildlife areas. BYOP

NOCATEE GREENWAY There are multiple access points into the Nocatee Greenway off Preservation Trail and Crosswater Parkway, both behind Splash Waterpark. You will find ample free parking there or further down Little River Road toward the Trails for Tails dog park and athletic fields. There is also access and street parking off Stately Shoals Trail at the rear of the Willow Cove subdivision. Depending on which entrance you choose, the cache can be either a fairly short or fairly long walk. The Nocatee Greenway consists of more than 5,000 acres of connecting parks, protected wildlife corridors, and wetlands preserves. The Greenway Trails have been planned for everyone to enjoy the beauty of this preserved land. You'll find jogging and biking trails along paved roadways. There are unpaved nature trails meandering through woods and parks for the more adventuresome. Electric cart paths will connect all of the neighborhood villages with the Town Center. The first three (3) miles of the Nocatee Greenway Trails were completed in February of 2010. These trails connect Riverwood, Coastal Oaks, Tidewater and Willowcove to the Splash Water Park, the Nocatee Community Park, and the Town Center. This is a beautiful area to enjoy the fresh air and great outdoors while getting some exercise walking, jogging, bike riding, or geocaching. The Nocatee Greenway is canine friendly, so bring your best friend along. Happy hunting.

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