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A micro cache for a rainy day--with a little inspiration from Bob thrown in...
**CONGRATS ROCKINGREOS FOR YOUR FTF!**
The current weather has given me an idea. You see, I'm working on maintaining a caching streak of 365 days, which means I have to find caches no matter WHAT each day throws at me.
So far I've ventured out at the midnight hour, I've gone with a high fever, in the midst of impossibly tight schedules, over VERY STRETCHED lunch hours, and of course, in the rain. So I startied thinking...
1. Wouldn't it be nice if someone would hide a cache RIGHT by parking and under cover for a rainy day?
2. Everyone maintaining a caching streak has at one time or another regretted not saving the EASIEST caches for those times when the going is really, really tough.
So this cache was designed to fulfill both purposes--It is TRULY a cache for a rainy day. Use it wisely!
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