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littleyellow: We received a note from a fellow geocacher saying they could NOT find the cache. We went right after dinner today, sorry to say but it is NO longer there. Oh well...we will plant more caches in the nicer weather!!!

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Whitby's Waterfront

A cache by littleyellow Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 9/15/2002
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

On the shores of Lake Ontario, is a nice easy walk to our first cache.

Our cache is in a blue and white Thermos drink container 10" high and 8" in diameter. You can park at N43 51.125 W078 53.895 From the parking lot take a walk along the paved walkway enjoying the scenery. This area is completely open so your GPS can be trusted.

Our cache was hidden with the following:

Log Book and Pens
Camera, for your picture
4 Travel Bugs (please move one to your next adventure)
Fifty Cent Piece
Lottery Ticket (good Luck)
Bug pencil Sharpener
Picture Frame
Carabeaner
Happy Face Fridge magnet
Playing Cards

This should be an easy find so you shouldn't need the hint, but one is included.

Additional Hints (Encrypt)

After walking about eight hundred meters you will come to a secluded path that will take you to a very large pond. If you pass R.C.D sign you have gone too far. Please keep hold of little ones near the end of the path. You are very close to our cache.


 

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