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Cache-tech: Hi,

I have changed this cache back to its original traditional cache type to maintain the history and cache stats of the finders of this cache. Altho this is not a numbers game, some cachers take exception to having a traditional find converted to a virtual cache find. Please email me at to discuss the merits of a virtual cache at this site. Thank you.

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Pasture in the Jungle

A cache by Celestial, Flocons, Green & Thorn Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 8/15/2002
1 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size: not chosen (not chosen)

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Geocache Description:

An easy stroll through Toronto's financial district, will reveal a little touch of the country side. This was once a traditional cache, but the area was too high traffic to be maintained.

Sleek 1960s skyscrapers designed by Mies van der Rohe enclose the site. Become intimate with Joe Fafard's whimsical bronze statues, which are the focus of this virtual cache.

Like most of the Financial District, the site is buzzing with life during weekdays. On weeknights and weekends, it is a dead zone.

To add some flavour to this virtual cache, we ask that visitors do silly poses with the bronze statues and submit them with their logs.

Additional Hints (Encrypt)

How now, brown cow?



24 Logged Visits

Found it 17     Didn't find it 2     Write note 2     Archive 2     Unarchive 1     

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