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An ammo can cache in a beautiful small park.
3/9/2007 beckerbuns let me adopt this fine cache. She said it was gone when she went looking for it but I had found it. Obviously someone moved it. I tweaked the coordinates to reflect my readings of where I found it (and where it still sits). Comments on accuracy welcome.
9/2/2007 Upping the difficulty level 1/2 star. Seems this one probably deserves it. Hal
5/16/2009 Replaced cache ammo can after the clean up crew decided it should be cleaned away.
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4/16/03 This used to be a multicache but I have changed it to a traditional cache and lowered the difficulty and terrain ratings. I have also changed the coordinates to reflect the final location,using numbers that Marky gave me. Enjoy.
This cache is being placed in honor of my son Andy, who turned 5 on Tuesday, March 18.
The cache is an ammo box in a pleasant spot.
- Log book and pen
- Geocaching note
|Kid Friendly Cache In - Trash Out! Dogs Allowed
Bicycles permitted on paths Less than 500 ft. from car to cache (depending on where you park)
No restrooms available Off-trail Hiking Required
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:47 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum