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Aldrich Park in Ridefield, CT. Short walk from the main trail head, easy terrain. Parking is available on New Road (off of Route 7) just before Farmingville Road.
September 14th, 2003. Rainy day. Replaced the cache box and discarded the moldy items. Left 2 team foam baseballs, baseball Bobblehead, dolphin, 'Hopper' toy, and from Beauty & the Beast: 'Chip' & his mom, the 'Tea Pot'.
Contents: Lego set, USA flag pin, Baltimore Aquarium penny emblem, bear figurine, monkey figurine, fish figurine, Dopey, 2 baseball cards, star necklace, light ring, E.T., and a "Where's George" dollar bill.
The cache is located on top of a small rock outcrop.
P.S. Our apologies to the CT Trampers. You are the Sherlock Holmes of geocaching!! We misplaced our GPS and had to rely on our less than accurate notes scribbled along our way. I changed the cache coordinates to the ones stored in our found GPS unit. (They are very close to yours.) Again, our deepest apologies to you, the Geocache Masters.
P.P.S. We went there again, and took two readings when we got there. They were the same, and I have updated the coordinates. Please notify us if we are wrong.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum