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A cache by O.H.D. Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/15/2003
1 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Yes, another cache in Sycamore Park. It is such a beautiful park to enjoy. Hopefully you all sent a post-card to your city council to prevent builders from taking away part of the park to build houses.

Many different trails to get to this cache. We got the name of this cache after we hid it. We looked down the ravine and saw two lonely palm trees. Since we have been hiking on the different trails of the park, we have never seen any palm trees until these two today. You are looking for an ammo box. As always be careful of snakes, we saw a gopher snake on the way back to the car. Not a rattler, but he scared us just the same.

When we hid the cache it contained:
Log book
2 pens for logging in
Above stay with cache please...
1 16 oz. bottle of water
1 green carabiner
1 orange bookmark
1 multi-colored bouncy ball
3 pencils(pink,purple,gold)
1 pkg. post-its
1 San Diego pin
1 staple remover
1 pkg. tissues
1 green yo-yo
1 red yo-yo
1 pink duck basket
7 O.H.D. cards
and of course 3 yellow golf balls for Happy1 to make her HAPPY!!!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


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