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Auburn 2017: Pancho

A cache by WellJointed and Auburn Parks Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 09/22/2017
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1 out of 5

Size: Size:   large (large)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is part of the Auburn Geocaching Adventure 2017. If you are participating in the Adventure, be sure to record each cache's code word in your series passport to verify your visit.

(Not 24/7, during winter not available until 10:00 am.) For yard art, Pancho has to be among my favorites. Pancho is modeled after a 'buckskin' horse which in general have light-to-dark sandy yellow or tan color and all black points. It does not have a dark dorsal stripe as seen on a 'dun' horse. Pancho is probably the quietest and best known 'horse' in Auburn and stands in the parking lot every day and welcomes visitors during business hours. You do not have to go inside any business to find this geocache and some will consider this to be a park and grab. The geocache is only available in the day and may be locked up and unavailable at night.


lckser7 with the buckskin claiming FTF just minutes after publication!

Co-STF goes to bounce,bounce, diamondsword3307, TwoOfFive and tjones869!

2017 is the third Geocaching Adventure in the City of Auburn, Washington. Auburn Parks, Arts and Recreation,, and the WSGA are hosting the Auburn Geocaching Adventure 2017 - 20 caches placed in Auburn. The geocaches highlight some specific works of art, some parks, and some areas of general interest in Auburn. We hope you enjoy visiting the Auburn area, learning about its public art.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Qrp. 2017: abg pheeragyl ninvynoyr orsber 10:00 nz. Jvagre ubhef?

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