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I 'Must'Ache' You About Geocaching

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Hidden : 03/26/2021
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Excited to add some geocaches along this Bismarck Parks and Recreation Trail on the east side of Bismarck. Permission has been granted to me to place geocaches on Parks and Recreation trails, parks, and property. Great opportunity to walk your dog, ride your bike, jog or run, and watch for wildlife along this trail and geocache. You can find parking at either end of this Transit Trail or park and grab for some caches.

You are looking for all types of containers along this trail. These caches will be placed so they will be winter friendly. Some types of containers you are looking for are preforms, ammo containers, creature containers, magnetic containers, large containers, slim containers, and unique containers. Some containers have room for swag, others have room only for the log. If you take swag, please replace with quality swag and follow the geocaching guidelines. Please leave everything in place with this cache container.

The terrain along this trail for the geocaches will range from easy to more difficult with the location of the geocaches. If you find one of my signature trade items, it is yours to keep. Please be aware of muggles along this trail, especially in the summertime. Please be sure this cache is secure to ground zero and placed so muggles would have a harder time seeing where cache is so it can be winter friendly. Please make sure all contents are returned to cache container for others to enjoy. Bring your own writing tool. Please make sure containers are tight, kept winter friendly, and secure in location and off the ground.

Grow the Game and please take the time to read the Geocacher's Creed.

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