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Does a Bear Eat in the Woods?

A cache by BearTerritory Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/21/2011
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

You are looking for a camo'ed altoids tin - magnetic, shin high. It may be visible on the walk up from the sidewalk. In an effort to not attract too much attention, I have made this cache as easy as possible for cachers to find. PLEASE BE STEALTHY. USE ALL OF YOUR SUBTLE SKILLS IN THIS PARKING LOT. If you have any trouble with this one, please send the CO an email or log a note/DNF.

We Bears get pretty wound up by the smell of griddle cakes and other human goodies. After spending weeks out in the wilderness eating roots, berries, and scrawny critters, we love to sneak into town and belly up to the trough for some good eats. It gets busy around here during mealtimes due to some Beary good local grub, so be sure to time your visit accordingly!

There is now a Munzee in this cache container. To learn more about Munzees, go to

Congrats to Wood_Rat! He was beary fast and tracked down the FTF!


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