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Songs From the Woods Traditional Geocache

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Hidden : 09/07/2002
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3 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is in Tarrywile Park in Danbury. Elevation 705 ft. It's mostly trail, but can be a bit muddy and slippery so wear appropriate footwear; also a little log and rock wrestling at the end.

This cache is a 30 cal. ammo box. The cache was serviced on 3/22/03, and it's still in good shape, 6 music CD's of various kinds.

Please leave a CD or DVD if you are going to take one. (I'd like to keep a lot of "high-value targets" in there!) There's room for maybe 2 or 3 more. Also, no porno, or bootleg or copied CD's, good stuff only.

The cache is a green ammo box, neatly hidden in a place that looks like a perfect place to hide one, about 50 feet off the Blue trail. The park parking lot is across the street from Immaculate HS in Danbury. Tarrywile Park is kind of a spooky, surreal place, especially being a few blocks away from downtown Danbury. The parking lot is shared with Hearthstone Castle, a real castle built a long time ago in Danbury and is now used for receptions. Hearthstone Castle Link . You walk in through a really dark forest which is supposed to be a picnic grove, past an abandoned, trashed building of unknown purpose (it's open but I wouldn't go in!), then into a brilliant hayfield that looks like it belongs in a Steven King movie. The cache is located not too far away, but there are over 6 miles of slightly challenging trails in this park as well as two ponds full of fish and birds.

Good luck finding the cache, and I hope you enjoy the park as much as we do.

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