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A Little Light Reading Traditional Cache

Hidden : 04/14/2013
3 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

A small size cache container that can be easy or hard depending upon your mindset. Aronel has adopted this cache from the original owner and she is leaving his description as he wrote it.

Okay, here is something just for your general knowledge to satisfy the educational side of geocaching (because I used to wonder what these places were):  A Christian Science Reading Room is a bookstore, library, and place for quiet study open to the public, and operated by members of the local Christian Science church (not to be confused with Scientology). There are approximately 2000 Christian Science Reading Rooms worldwide.   They are often storefronts in a busy part of a city, though occasionally situated within a church building itself.   

The folks who run this particular one were intrigued when my wife mentioned geocaching, and were more than happy to let me place one here.  You don’t need to go inside to find the cache, and don’t feel that you have to go in; but if want to say, “Hi,” they really are a nice bunch of folks.  MOST of the people that volunteer inside are aware of the cache and might get a kick out of a visit.

So now for the cache details:  There is a simple logbook inside a tupperware container, the trick is to locate the container.  And once you locate it, you may not need to PAF, but you should definitely KNOW HOW TO CALL FOR INFORMATION and know how to subtract 100.

A yet to be activated set of Geobug tags are inside for the FTF.

Congrats to Dukester1, Serrabou and Wizard510 for a three-way FTF.

Based upon some input from fellow cachers, I upped the difficulty from 2 to 3 for the benefit of newer cachers who may have not seen one like this before.

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