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Briar Rabbit is in the briar patch. Catch him if you can! It's not actually a briar patch, but the cache is hidden around some very dense brush.
A Utah Legacy Cache
This is the 9th oldest active cache in Utah valley and one of the two oldest active urban caches in Utah County.
The area has changed a lot in all these years, and its actually more overgrown in some places and less in others. The Cache has changed to and gotten bigger over time.
History of this cache container
Original - June 2001 - water bottle (top broke off)
2nd container -Nov 2003 - Tupperware (lid cracked/leaking)
3rd container - Feb 2005 - Metal tin (rusted inside)
4th container - June 2007 - Plain Ammo can (stolen)
5th container - Feb 2010 - Plastic round container
Original Description - Mononoke:
"The inspiration for this cache came from my search through the dense brush to find my z-ball, which was knocked in there while we were playing street hockey one evening. After about 2 minutes, I decided that the purpose of searching for the ball was not to save $3, but the challenge of finding something in all that brush.
If you come by the cache between 6:00 and sundown on Wednesdays, you may see me playing hockey."
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:39 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum