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Berkeley Crossings Two

A cache by KermitDFrog Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 6/9/2003
2 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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**YOU NEED NOT GET VERY CLOSE TO THE TRACKS** Log your visit by writing your name and the date on a small piece of paper before you arrive. You'll understand. It's a micro so don't plan on leaving anything large.

Berkeley Crossings Two may not be much of a challenge to those who found the first Crossings cache as it is pretty much the same, just in a new location.

As before, you may have to be patient to find this one. Coordinates are good to within 10 feet or so. Stuff your log in and take a **CERTIFIED** good luck penny.

One nice difference this go around has over the previous is that the number of opportunities to get a taste of some local drinks has been tripled.

About 100 feet to the East is Golden Pacific Brewing. I've heard from a number of local sources that on the last Friday of the month they have beer and snacks on the patio out back, not sure about the cost.

Two blocks past Golden Pacific on Camelia is GrapeLeaf Winery, a full-fledged winery producing around 10 wines. Free tasting most weekends from noon until 5. Tell them Chris from down by the tracks sent you.

Three East and one North is Pyramid Brewing. You can find both good beer and a full menu. Enjoy!

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