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Monumental Bridge

A cache by Barnie's Band of Gold Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 5/22/2002
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Geocache Description:

This is a virtual cache. It is a man-made structure on the Don Valley (Toronto) Brick Works property. While the distance from the parking lot is short, the elevation changes are severe and may be difficult under wet conditions.

This virtual cache will bring you to an area that really has a little of everything. Take in the wetlands below or come up to the cache area and enjoy a 360 degree view of the surrounding area. Great view of the historic buildings from both vantage points.

Cachers wishing to log a find must send me an email answering the following three questions.

  1. The structure at this site was a Millenium gift from which two parties/organizations?
  2. How many times does the name John appear on the plaque?
  3. In which direction is the Governor's Bridge?

Click here to email me your answers to the above questions.

Don't post answers here even if encrypted, log entries will be deleted for incorrect responses or no email advisory.

Additional Hints (Encrypt)

[The hint should not be required unless you needed help getting here or are from out of town!] The Governor's Bridge is a little to your left while facing north.



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