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The cache is hidden on one of Guelph's attractions, built in June of 1992 by 400 timberframers.
The cache is an Altoids tin container 3.5x2.25x0.75 inches (9x5.5x2cm). Bring small flat objects to trade.
You can also log this one as a waymark. See: Guelph's Lattice Covered Bridge
Other nearby waymarks: Boathouse Tea Room and Guelph's Farmers Market and McCrae House
Less than 200 metres from car to cache
Beware of Muggles!!
It spans the junction of the Speed and Eramosa Rivers. The tin is painted to match its environment. A magnet holds it in place.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum