All together now, this is a bright yellow Beetle box. It must be one of those unidentified flying cupcakes. Note the "4" Difficulty: "Very difficult and may take special knowledge, advanced preparation, or multiple trips". It's All Too Much. Please don't post hints nor spoilers, but logs with stories and photos are welcome, including selfies with the cache container. Carefully hide this container as well or better than you found it, back in place, so it's never found by accident. McCurry Park is open from dawn to dusk.
To keep this cache viable, I request that you leave this special place as you found it. When you leave, it should look untouched, like you were never there. It's all in the mind, ya know.
This one is in an octopus's garden, and seriously hard to find. If you need help, yes Your Blueness, send me a message. But beware that I have trouble finding it, and persons I've tried to help have tended to find it before I do. And there aren't any landmarks or piles of sticks or anything for reference. And I'm not available at all times.
Hey, Bulldog! Do you like finding cool things in a cache? So do we! Bring cool stuff to trade, in case you want to take something!
Cache placement was approved in this Fayette County park by:
Fayette County Parks & Recreation Department
Office: 980 Redwine Road, Fayetteville
Mail: 140 Stonewall Avenue West, Fayetteville, GA 30214
Prior approval is very important for any cache that will be located in the following parks:
McCurry Park (McDonough Rd.)
Kiwanis Park (Redwine Rd.)
Kenwood Park (Hwy. 279)
Brooks Baseball/Softball Complex (Football complex is a city park)
Lake Kedron (park area around docks)
Starr’s Mill (around the mill itself, not Starr’s Mill school complex)