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Spud's Secret Stash

A cache by Spud Potato Head Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 1/26/2003
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
4.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Spud's Secret Stash
has been relocated! This is the original cache, but the coordinates have since changed

The cache is a mid sized clear plastic tub that once held doggie treats - now it has been given new life as a geo cache.

The cache has a prisitine view of the Highland Creek ravine from it's current location. The access is dog friendly and makes for a nice hike. Finding the cache with your eyes will be pretty easy, but getting the cache in your hands is a whole other story!!!

You must get it in your hands to consider this a loggable find!

YOU MUST NOT REMOVE THE CACHE!!

Removing it and not replacing it exactly where you found it has resulted in this cache being pillaged more than once. Therefore, do your duty and respect the cache and your fellow geocachers when agreeing to attempt this hunt!

Good luck!


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If you're staring around and can't see the cache, you'll have to look UP for divine guidance


 

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