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Bridges of Stanford Township

A cache by kleiner Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 3/30/2002
2.5 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

15 YEAR CACHE-Hardwood forest with nice walking trails

This is a multi with 3 caches to find. There is a half-cheat that you can try if you want to think a bit and skip the 2nd cache. While you are there you can walk the rest of the trail system. There are a couple of bridges on the west end of the park. One crosses Seeley Brook and the other crosses a wetland. There is a township hall and park with ball fields and basketball court. Also a tin outhouse. You can park there or you can park at a shelter a little closer to the trailhead. Trail head parking is at 45-26.52, 93-23.84. In the cache you may find some fake 20's, a devil hates kung-fu sticker, google eye bookmark, small ball, dinosaur, goat, clip-it, and some other stickers. Cleo (geo-dog) and I had a great time setting this out. We saw deer, squirrels, and grouse in this woods. Have fun on your hunt. Caches 1 and 3 are medium size plastic containers, 2 is a metal tube-like thingy with about a 3" opening. The Devil hates Kung-Fu sticker is now attached to the number 2 container.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Pyrb fnlf va ubabe bs nyy gur fdhveeryf fur punfrq lbh jvyy unir gb guvax yvxr n uvqqra ahg.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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