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Pie Find: Getting old and in a bit too residential area.


Movie night in the forest!

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Hidden : 02/29/2012
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2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

The cache is located in a New Berlin forest that is close to the Conservancy, the cache is a short hike off the trail and you have to hike through shrubs and brushes, the terrain is very leafy and maybe and occasional poison ivy, I do not recommend this for small children unless they have long sleeves and a long shirt. It can get very muddy during recent rains.

The cache is about the size of a shoe box, a clear, plastic container wrapped in camo duct tape. The original contents are not collectibles, but DVDs for watching movies and I ask that you only leave DVDs and trackables in the container, make sure when you take a DVD, leave another one in exchange (please, only G, PG, and PG-13 movies). Once you are done, please zip the Ziploc bag tight so water or animals don’t ruin the contents. The original contents include, Dr.Dolittle, Catch that Kid, Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone and others. When you log the cache online, please in your description say what movie you put in.

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