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Ammo Can Log Pile

A cache by 2 'ol GeoMasters Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/05/2011
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   not chosen (not chosen)

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Geocache Description:

Ammo Can Log Pile, what more do you need to know? Remember grasshoppers-
"Clear your mind must be, if find you the cache"-GeoMaster-BikeBill77

Many have commented "Don't you ever set an ammo can in a log plie?"

Well, First, I never owned an ammo can. That problem was solved when as a FTF prize at a BikeBill77 cache I won one.
Bill hid it near me to retrieve, pretty much in the open, nonetheless took me a half-hour to find.

Second, I lack the imagination to hide such a big object. So for those of you that don't like stumbling around in the woods with bouncing coords, I've made it so you can pretty much find GZ area at once, GUARANTEED!

Lastly, I'd like to thank BikeBill77, noted for his craftsmanship and crafty hides for the ammo can and especially for his technical assistance without which this cache would not be possible, and his advice: "You think BikeBill stops teaching, just because his student does not want to hear? A teacher BikeBill is. BikeBill teaches like drunkards drink, like killers kill.

Parking available (sometimes) at GZ, good place to hike, bike, canoe

This cache was muggled, so redoing differently not a Peep from me about a cacher who said was not amused by the decoy as "a decoy is just a cache without a log" Well, point well taken, so we've reversed that situation

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