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What The Heck X 2, revisited
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My first intent was to just move the other cache with the similar name.
But after getting the cache ready and placing it, I decided that it
deserved to be it's own cache, The cache is still a BINO but not
hidden in a typical WB style. This may be a difficult find for some.
I suggest you park on the east-west road as it is safer. If you don't
care for difficult caches there are many easier ones in the area.
The following description is from the original cache across the road.
The FTF deserves that credit for this one. Please replace the cache
exactly where you found it.
What The Heck is this thing? Last fall I left a Bison Tube and a Nano
in the corner of a drawer. When I went to grab them this spring there
were a whole bunch of these little containers with them. Appears to be
a cross between the two so I am calling them a “BINO”.
What the Heck is with this street sign? Well actually the road to the
south is “O” Ave. and the road to the north is “High Country Road”.
This is the split between the two. I guess the county didn’t have any
arrows to indicate which is which.
Ab Ornpba Urer
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:48:08 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:48 PM GMT)
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