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dolemite9: Tis w/ a heavy heart that this one is archived. We are moving to greener pastures (Guelph, so literally) and I just grabbed the container to replant somewhere there.

Many thanks to all you have come searching! 69 favs out of 291 logged finds, after less than 2 years!?! I'm very grateful/honored this one has brought so much joy! Thanks to all and hopefully you'll come find this one somewhere in (downtown?) Guelph, which I'll rehide once we get situated.

Happy holiday caching in the meantime! [tears flowing onto keyboard now...]

Bee Bait


University of Toronto (ON)

A cache by dolemite9 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 03/17/2015
2 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:

After a relatively easy (but historically cold) winter (2014/2015), spring seems to finally be on its way and thus a new cache to commemorate such a  transition. Please be discrete when searching/making the grab, and please put back as found (or better!).

Nestled into one of Toronto’s remarkably tiny parks (Matt Cohen Park), searching for this cache will bring you to the NW tip of the UofT St. George (“Downtown”) campus. There is a lot to see and do from here. Head SE into campus to explore the Romanesque/Gothic architecture about King’s Circle. Head E to the ROM (Royal Ontario Museum). Head W to eat at the multitude of different restaurants along Bloor. Head S into Chinatown. Head N to Casa Loma (an actual castle!). Head NW into the Annex neighborhood and some fantastic playgrounds. There really is a lot to do around here!

Bee Bait

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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