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Jenny's Cache

A cache by Trevelyan's R&R and Jenny Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/03/2003
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   virtual (virtual)

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Geocache Description:

This virtual cache is located along the tidal basin in Washington DC. Ample parking is located near the Jefferson, Mason and FDR monuments.

A Samurai warrior left home to fight and protect a foreign land.
Focused on adventure, and task at hand, the warrior seldom made it home
to those who really cared.

The baby sister he left behind, sent pictures and letters...five at a time.
She often wondered if the warrior she missed was actually "...doing fine."

He replied with packages, and letters, from far off sites.
Few and far between, such is life.

They thought of each other and kept pictures close.
During their short visits she quietly wondered, “Could this be a ghost?”

After years and years the baby had grown.
She too became a Samurai to fight evils unknown.

They laugh, they talk, they fight for a common cause.
During these troubled times, they relish this slight pause.

Today these Samurai's walk, side by side.
Enjoying the many blossoms, and another cache hide.

The Samurai's created this cache while enjoying the Cherry Blossom Festival 2003.

To get credit for this cache:
1. Send me an email with the two dates listed on the marker at the given coordinates.
2. Take a photograph of your favorite view from this location and post it on this website.

Do not post the answers for question number 1 in your log entry. All entries without an attached photo, within a reasonable amount of time, will be deleted.

First-to-Find Honors: Flowerman

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