I see a lot of people complain about finding loose change in caches. Well, my 5 year old son gets really excited when he finds loose change in caches...that seems to be one of his favorite things to find.
Located in Glen Williams on a Halton Hills Trail, which I believe used to be an old rail line. I discovered this trail while driving by a couple weeks ago and took the time today to check it out and hopefully bring others to this trail too. Trail entrance sign is at N 43° 39.709 W 079° 56.070 on Wildwood Rd and makes for a nice short hike. When you leave the trail to find the cache, be careful as there may be a lot of overgrowth in the area.
Cache container is a very small Philadelphia cream cheese container inside of a ziplock back (you can use this ziploc for overflow of change, if there is no room in container). Originally it contained GeoCoin #255 and some other small trinkets.
So now is your chance to get rid of your loose change in your pocket and leave it in the marked ziplock bag of this cache. All loose change collected will go to a good cause or be used to make bigger and better cache trade items. If you have any suggestions on what you would like it to go towards, feel free to indicate it in the log.
In order to log this as a find, you must leave some loose change in this cache, no matter how little...makes sense, considering the name of this geocache.
The Loose Change from this cache went to to some good causes.
Have fun and enjoy this trail and the area. If you walk a little further and take the paths into the fields on the left, you will see some nice views. Also, while placing this cache and then walking on the trail, we saw 5 rabbits in total within about 20 minutes. We had a fun day in hiding this cache.
Also, you might want to write down the 3 letters, in order, that you find on the inside of the lid of the cache container. You will need it to find the final location of cache GCE446 (Halton Hills Trail Math).
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