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Growing up on the NY/CT border and being both a Westchester and Greenwich resident in my life, I am placing a series of ammo can caches in some of my favorite locations. I hope you have fun finding these well stocked, themed caches and treat them with respect. This is our fifth and final hide......for the forseeable future.
"A straight line may be the shortest distance between two points, but it is by no means the most interesting." - The Doctor
Whether you just pitched up from Mars, survived an alien takeover in London, or are simply flying your TARDIS down I-95, make a quick stop to find this Dr. Who themed cache. Located in Greenwich's Bruce Park, this cache is a quick grab and has plenty of parking nooks nearby. Sit and enjoy one of the many ponds or find the overlook gazebo for a scenic view. There are lovely playgrounds for kids and The Bruce Museum always has diverse and interesting exhibits on. When finding this cache in summer months do watch out for poison ivy and ticks as the cache is located slightly off track. When you find it, whatever you do, don't blink.
"There's no point being grown-up if you can't be childish sometimes." - The Doctor
The cache is an ammo can with a geocache and some Dr. Who stickers on it. Inside are a whole lot of themed goodies for all ages. I put the themed trade items in one plastic bag and the more traditional trades are loose in the can. Trades and travel bugs welcome. Items in keeping with the theme get bonus apreciation hearts, but all trades welcome. Please rehide the cache in the same way it was found and use stealth to avoid passing Dalek's.
"Stop crying - you've got a lot to look forward to, you know! A normal human life on Earth - mortgage repayments, the 9-to-5, a nagging sense of spiritual emptiness... Save the crying for later" - The 11th Doctor
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