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mtn-man: Yes, a cache on a bridge is no longer accepted. Looks like this one is gone so it is time to archive it. I'm a little surprised someone would claim a find if they did not find the cache...

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Kitsch Cache

A cache by Chris Rohner Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 11/12/2000
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: not chosen (not chosen)

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Geocache Description:

This cache was filmed for the TV show Café Digital.

Hello Friend:
You are searching for my second Manhattan Cache. I call it Kitsch Cache. It was planned to hold only New York City or State related tourist stuff. You know, the kind of stuff you find along 42nd Street and other tourist destinations around the city. Basically any item that has some New York related image on it or somehow is related to New York. There are only one or two non-NYC related items in the box now.

This is a small cache, 6x4x10 inches, Rubbermaid Box; so don't bring anything large for the cache. The cache is in plain view, but is high and is covered in silver duct tape to blend into its surroundings (hint, hint, obvious clue)

Directions. Clues only.

On Manhattan Island, you want to take the most westerly subway line to 125th street. From there, you will be moving towards the closest body of water.

The cache is located in a supporting structure. If it is raining you should not need an umbrella for the last part of the search.

Reaching the cache. Reaching the cache location is a D1. Very easy, sidewalks all the way. To make contact with the cache has a difficulty of D3 because the cache is not located on the ground. BE CAREFUL. You will need to climb (about 10 to 15 vertical feet no ladder) to reach it. You do not need ropes but you do need climbing skills and understanding of climbing safety.

If you feel you are not able to get to the box, don't try and reach it. Just be satisfied you found it. And post the notice on-line.

When you find it, email me at: sewardvanlee@yahoo.com

Geocaching: Find it, take something, leave something, sign the log. ** Have Fun ** searching for this cache. If you have time, please think about hiding your own cache in NYC so that I have something to go seek.

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