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Line It Up Revisited

A cache by 4Swans Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 3/10/2015
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

A very snow-friendly micro cache hidden at a spot that may be familiar to some of you. Please bring your own writing utensil and tweezers are strongly recommended too!


The previous Line it Up cache here was found fairly often in its life, but was a victim of being dropped in the rocks beneath the sign and lost. It was replaced a few times before finally being archived last year. I always found this little roadside marker interesting, so why not create a new cache here to either bring old finders back or create a new spot to visit? Thus, this new revisited cache was born!

You're looking for a magnetic nano. The cache was a fake bolt that went missing, so a nano seemed like the best replacement. As mentioned earlier, please BYOP and bring tweezers since the getting the log out of these containers can be tough. Please replace the cache as found and make sure not to drop it. Oh, and remember to state which town you found it in too since it really is on the line here!

Thanks, and hope you enjoy this little interesting spot, whether you're a veteran or a newbie!

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