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This is a regular cache full of film canisters. We placed this cache because with the advent of digital cameras, many people no longer buy 35mm film. When you find the cache it will appear to be on or near private property. Don't worry about it. The area belongs to that church nearby and one of us is on the staff there. No problem. Just don't jump the fence from the school on the other side.
We hope that people will take the canisters and make some micro caches with them. Even if you have been to this cache before, you can come back and pick up a film canister provided that you plan to use it to set out a new cache. Just post a note so we can track how many film canisters there are so we know when it needs more. One of us works in a photo lab so it's quite easy for us to get more. Also, if you've been to this cache before, it has been moved. Due to vandals we moved it on 12/31/02. It is still in the same general location, however.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:44 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
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