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Our second cache takes you to a childhood play ground for ALL ages. Big difference is we had access to the swimming area.The trails are still very popular for all cachers two legged and four legged. Remember just sitting under the mini waterfalls and bugging our parents for change for the snack wagon. Great place to stay fit, and to visit wildlife,and or have a picnic...
Awww the good old days.
Cache is a 1kg peanut butter jar camo'd. This will be a real challenge for even the seasoned veterans.You will have to watch for MUGGLES in all directions as it will be in a very populated area in the tourist season. This cache will be accessible year round . HOWEVER a different route will have to be used in the late fall and winter months.
This cache holds a log book,couple of pens,tradables and of course trackables.We ask to be fair and only take one trackable at a time.We also ask PLEASE only take a trackable if you are trading and plan on leaving one. This area is visited by a lot of tourists so we expect to see some real movement.
Twoonie is tucked into log book for the first to find....if your not in a hurry the ducks and squirrels are always hungry and would love the attention.
... ... ... Note that “Travel Bug Hangout” gets a lot of visitors - on average, more than one per day in the summer - and a lot of the cachers are tourists exploring far from home. Often a bug or coin gets dropped off in the morning and is picked up again hours later by someone who may not be able to properly log the traveler out for weeks. Although the cache page may indicate a huge warehouse, be prepared to find that the actual inventory turns over more quickly than the online list. If it is empty, try again the next day.
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