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You are looking for a micro cache container just outside of a local eating spot. You will need your own writing tool to log the find. Please be careful of muggles.
Geocaching brings you to many places you would not often visit and this is probably one, but a different kind of place you would not typically visit. Exercising your ability to spot things that are out of the ordinary is the best tool you can have and use while caching in the muggle zones like this. As you find more caches, your skill will develop and you will be able to identify things that are "out of the ordinary" especially in hides like this. To challenge your skills, deception must become the hiders greatest friend like this. Offend hider's and finder's rolls can be reverse and each can help the other when the other needs help. To challenge yourself, seek this cache and you if you find it - use the deceptive skills on your next hide. Perhaps the best part of the game is how you play it or how it plays you, but don't let this cache play you. Do not post pictures of the container in your log or it will be deleted. Let everyone have a chance to find this one for themselves. Muggles are all around. You will not have to climb any fences or climb any ladders for this cache.Bring your own pen.
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Last Updated: on 7/21/2018 5:49:38 PM Pacific Daylight Time (12:49 AM GMT)
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