The wee folks have called a counsel of the local geocaching community to help them remove human detritus from one of their sacred gathering places. You may wear wading boots, shoes that you don't mind getting wet, or go barefoot (as they do in this terrain), but be aware that the accepting of this call may entail some slight risk. We will park along this road and work to pick up debris in both directions along the creek bed. For those with physical limitations or concerns, you may work along the both sides of 8th Avenue instead.
It is highly recommended that you bring bug repellant and water. Gloves and "grabbers" might be a good idea as well.
Remember to be on your best behavior, not climbing the ravine walls, soft talking, and sensitive to the ecology. Dogs are best kept on the street so they don't frighten the local folks, wee or human. Also remember to keep your eyes open for anything "out of the ordinary" along the way. Green is such a special colour on this special day. If you find anythng of interest, you may want to bring it with you at the conclusion of our time together.
On completion of your task, the leprechauns will reward you with an official SOUVENIR!