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Tangent and the Geopoet: People have a problem with the "private" road sign. This is a McCandless Park. The cache has always had a damp problem so we are archiving the cache.
Tangent and the Geopoet


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Hidden : 5/6/2001
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

***DISABLED-Will have to think about keeping this cache alive.**** Go North on Harmony Drive from Ingomar Road. Harmony Drive will turn into a dirt road. You will turn west onto another dirt road. You will soon see a lake (pond). Turn to the right at the edge of the lake. You will cross a spillway. Follow the path into the woods. When you come to the fork in the path take the right fork (you will see a bridge). You will be walking along the trail when you find the cache. THE CACHE IS LOCATED ON THE TRAIL.

It will be a thrill
to cross the spill Don't get uptight
or start to feel fright
just get ready to turn right

Don't start to gripe
because it is like looking
down a pipe


The cache is located in a park maintained by the City of McCandless. The road is not a private road. There is an alternate path to the cache before you get to the lake. ***3/12/04 Cleaned out the cache and inserted a brand new log book ****

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