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Cameron’s Cache

Hidden : 4/1/2003
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Nice place to hike ... you can take kids but don't let them climb the fences!

You are looking for an ammo box…The Satellites were wonky today so I found a spot where I could get a good reading and used the compass to get to the cache… all the bearings are True not Mag (19 deg east)..… The above co-ordinates will take you to a “ Viewpoint” sign… from the sign go aprox 50 meters at a bearing of 324 true… there you will come upon 2 huge “V’s” …the V on the right are arbutus trees.. Stand at the arbutus trees and go aprox. 25 meters at a bearing of 284 true… look under the fallen tree.

Dogs Allowed
Dangerous area - use caution Restrooms available
PLEASE NOTE... There is no need to move anything to find the cache... be respectfull of the area...

there are first and second finders certificates in the bag with the log book... if you can please scan them and upload them to the cache page

... Some of the original contents were:
Blank CDR/W's...
money from all over the world...
Good luck Frog...
Coast2coast2coast autographed Froggie...
little airplanes...
Much more

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