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Like A Tornado Hit It

A cache by mtn-man Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/22/2003
Difficulty:
2.5 out of 5
Terrain:
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This is now a small size cache. I had to archive my very first cache recently, so I moved the box here. This was the cache box from the old Kennesaw Mtn Geocache 2. It was stolen, so I replaced it with a small lock and lock container.

I was out today looking for a place for a meeting and a place to put out another cache. This place was not overly interesting until I ventured out into the woods. You know how it is... I just had to look and see if there was a place for a cache!

When I got out into the woods I came into a jumble of downed trees. It was the tell-tale sign of a funnel cloud passing over the area! Trees were down all over the area strewn in all directions. The GREAT thing is that I saw about 100 places to hide a cache!!! This is a great place to see what happens when swirling winds hit a group of pines, and yes... a great place for my old cache box.

The container has a logbook and a few smaller items.

One word of warning... do not hunt this cache at night.

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