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Remaining on the Credit: Ken Whillans

A cache by Olar for 1701eh Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 1/19/2003
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

FTF : res2100 January 20, 2003

Congrats res2100!!!!!

A regular size cache located near the banks of the Credit River.

This cache is located near the Ken Whillans Resource Management Area (parking at: N43° 48.779, W79° 55.978) and was, up until just recently, part of a multi-cache project called 'Parking on the Credit'. The project has been retired after a successful run. Thanks to 1701eh for creating it and allowing me to be a part of it by placing this cache. This stage will remain as a stand-alone cache and hopefully remain as popular as the original project.

The cache container is located a short ways off of the Caledon Rail Trail and no bushwacking is required. It is a Winter friendly hike and no special equipment is required although snowshoes can be utilized.

The cache container is a 1 gallon plastic jar with a screw-top opening (not large enough for a CD) and is painted camouflage green. Please ensure that the lid is fully tightened when you are finished. Please be cautious of the nearby Credit River and stay off the ice.

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I wonder which cedar clump it is hidden in?



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