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pretzel jar II
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located in a natural setting in a suburban area.
Cache is a large pretzel jar. This is a nice place for the kids, playground, exercise equipment, tennis and basketball and squash courts, jogging trail. If you would prefer a non gps style hunt decode the message below which is a traditional treasure hunt.
(This cache is EXACTLY the same as a recently archived cache called "pretzel jar" by scott and mallory. They just didn't have time to keep up with it. The cache had become wet and mildewed due to lack of attention. We (Team Redcow) decided to adopt it and clean it up. We asked the administrators to unarchive it with scott and mallory's blessings. They even emailed Jeremy and asked for the cache to be transferred to our account. He refused and gave no explanation. So we are submitting a new cache report with the same description and location. Several geocachers have already logged the original cache. There is nothing to stop these from logging this cache again, but if they do they will in fact be logging the same cache a second time. NOTE: Our friend, Infosponge, came up with a great idea. For those who logged this cache before but don't want to have an unfound cache showing up on their cache list, we suggest switching your log of the original cache to a note and logging this one.)
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:45 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum