This container came to us from our daughter. She seen it and new our love of bears so she grabbed it and dropped it off. We were thrilled. Both myself and Pal63 new what we were going to do with it. We had been thinking about placing a cache in front of the house. This would be even better because we could make it a TB Hotel. So off we set Pal63 did some painting, I came up with a idea for a lid and a way to keep it on the Honey Pot. We then set out to test it out in the weather all seem to go well. Now we had to make him look cool.So come visit the Geobear and trade away.
Inside you will find 2 containers one is stocked with swag with the kids in mind. The other contains the log book and TBs. Please trade even or up. Bring your own pen. If you happen to see us say hello feel free to discover any TBs you may see both in the cache and around the area. There is no need to go into the garden but you will know right away were to look. Please replace the lid so that the magnets hold it in place.
We have informed our neighbors the cache is in place, so there should be no issues. We are the owners of this property and you have our permission to stop by this cache. Please respect the neighborhood and keep an eye open for kids playing. This is a dead end street so the locale kids often come here to ride there bikes or play a little road hockey. At the end of the street there is a great view of Lake Erie. On a clear day you can see Long Point and even some of Pennsylvania can be seen. If the weather is bad you often spot a number of Lake Freighters in the bay seeking protection from the waves of the open lake. Please no night caching.
Please if you take a TB remember to log you have it. You don't get credit for moving it unless you do.
Remember to log it into the cache you place it in.
To many go missing lets not add to it.