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2nd Ave High Chairs

A cache by sealawyer98 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 06/22/2012
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:

Look for the high chairs located on 2nd Avenue, in downtown Seattle between Spring and Seneca Street.

Unless you are unfamiliar with downtown Seattle, a GPS will not be of much use in finding this cache because the buildings all but block the satellite signals. Use your GPS to get yourself on the east side of 2nd Avenue between Spring and Seneca. The use your geosenses. You should easily be able to find ground zero. The name of the cache says it all.

Look with your eyes; not with your hands. Please use stealth. You will either see this cache or you won't. You don't need to move, touch, dismantle, etc. the surroundings to locate this cache. The cache is NOT a nano or a mirco container.

This is a log only cache. BYOP. If you have any history on these chairs please send me a link so I can update the cache page

I thought it would be interesting to see where the finders of this cache reside. Please include the state or country where you live in your log so I can add it to the map below.

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