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"The Highlands Hideaway Cache"

A cache by Paragon Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 6/8/2002
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This is a small cache I placed in an area I spend alot of time. It is the halfway point of my travels from Northern Ontario to Southern Ontario (and vise versa). Perfect for checking your GPS or stretching your legs.

This cache is perfect for travellers who don't have alot of time to bushwack because they are enroute to somewhere or are on business. It is in the bushes only 50 feet from a picnic / play area.

The container is a Clear 350ml container with a green lid. When placed the cache contained:

  • 2 - Tealight Candles
  • 2 - Magnetic Butterflies
  • 1 - Emergency Rain Poncho
  • 1 - Emergency Blanket
  • 1 - Mini First-Aid Kit
  • An Eyeball Keychain for the Victoria Day Trilliums cache, in Oakville.
  • And of course a Logbook, Pen & Pencil
Please enjoy this Restful Area along Hwy#11

Additional Hints (Encrypt)

The cache is buried in an old pine stump, next to a big old birch tree.


 

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