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Blue Jean Treasures II
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I couldn't just sit back and watch a good cache go to waste. Let this be a lesson to everyone: learn how to mark accurate waypoints! See the original Blue Jean Treasures for a complete story. Geofrog, HaLiJuSaPa, and Coringa get automatic finds for also having located the original. There will be no "FTF" rights here since this cache is physically the same as the original version. If J & J ever return to this hobby I'll be happy to adopt it back into their hands. The following is a copy/paste from the original:
"The cache is a large plastic cylinder full of goodies hidden among the many trails of Saxon Woods Park. It is just a short trip off the main path near a bridge that goes over a small stream that feeds into a pond near Mamaroneck Ave. The cache can be found just upstream from the bridge but it's not hard to get to. The location is a short hike along mostly flat, dirt trails about equal distance from either of the two parking lots on the North East and South East ends of the park.
There are upwards of 10 caches in Saxon Woods Park, but it's a very large park, and they are spread out all over. You can easily spend several hours finding all of them. We thought this area could use one of its own since it is far from all the others. This is our first cache and we live in this neighborhood so we will be checking on it regularly. The name comes from the way the cache is decorated...you'll see!"
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Last Updated: on 12/7/2017 8:16:07 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (4:16 PM GMT)
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