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Hi this Cache will bring you to the Black Creek Forest Preserve in Esopus, NY. There is a steep 120 foot elevation gain to begin with but the trail gets easy after that. It's a beautiful forest with great views on the Hudson if you hike down that far.
Directions to this park can be found at (visit link)
The Cache is a large green Ammo Can. It contains a wealth of small toys, a nice piece of Rose Quartz from Bancroft, Ontario as well as a nice green Apatite crystal from Bear Lake diggings in Ontario. Also I placed into the cache a real Indian scraper that I had found just this morning in a nearby farm field where I go look for arrowheads. Also we placed into the Cache Travel Bug Snoopy's Fire Engine #1 to continue it's journey.
Bss Genvy, oruvaq fgbar jnyy ng vg'f onfr rapnfrq jvgu ebpx.
- The Cache Owners - Kirsten and HansThe Cache Owners put together their first Cache. The kids are saying goodbye to their friend Travel Bug Snoopy's Fire Engine #1 who they got to spend a fun week with before putting it in their own cache.
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:47 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
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