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The Infielders: I think this one had just about run its course. It got people out to see Eagle Lake and find the cache, so it did its job. I have the cache and all of what was in it. It will be placed in a new location very soon to bring Geocachers to places they otherwise might not visit. If you did this cache, thanks and I hope it was enjoyable. I know it wasn't much of a challenge to find it. If you were unable to do this one, that's ok because it will be put in a new spot pretty soon.

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A cache by Go For The Green Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 4/26/2003
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Near St. Petersburg College, there is a lake. The cache location is next to the lake in a park called Eagle Crest Park.

The cache is a plastic container originally used to package frozen sherbet. It is air-tight so all the contents should remain dry.

Cache is initialized with the following:

> Fishing lure
> 12 Crayola crayons (brand new)
> 3 Super bounce balls
> A silver Chevy Suburban matchbox car
> Log with two golf pencils to record your visit

AND!....

> A nice 1st Finder prize which could be worth a lot of cash.

***There are alligators in the lake so be careful and please DO NOT feed them.***

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