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Team Sagefox: We are now pulling our Mendocino caches and retreating to a very limited circle around our Fort Bragg home. Came to remove this container this afternoon and could not find it. We did find and remove a large beer bottle and two smashed beer cans that were lying within 18" of the cache placement. Perhaps in a drunken stupor a citizen (muggle) couldn't help but discover this cache. It would not likely be found by normal muggle activity but someone who was lingering for a while and perhaps leaning on the subject post might easily have found it. But then again, perhaps a geocache decided there was a better place for this container, as sometimes happens, and maybe they moved it away. I checked all the nearby posts but didn't find it. The beer containers are now awaiting Empire Waste Management's Monday morning pick up at my house. Thanks to all who visited this cache.

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Mendocino Rest Stop

A cache by Team Sagefox Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 3/13/2004
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:


Lone post.

The purpose of this cache is to lead you to one of Mendocino's special places. Lots of history here with modern counterparts in the local telephone book.





Need Cache - Will Travel

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Found it 138     Didn't find it 18     Write note 10     Archive 1     Owner Maintenance 1     

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