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Lucy's: The Beginning or the End?
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When Jill and I first started Geocaching, SBUX and her father were some of the first cachers that we met while out on a search. Like her mother, she has had a large impact on Geocaching in this area. She left the game for her own reasons - a decision we completely understand. We hope that someday she'll decide to return and make that infectious smile we remember so well part of the game again. But, in the meantime, we have decided to make this cache more difficult by using a container that didn't exist back in the "olden days". This cache is hidden right off of 743 in Hershey, PA. The cache container is a dreaded magnetic nano. It is hidden at either the beginning or the end (you decide) of a bike path that goes all over Hershey. I guess you could either sit at one of the benches and prepare yourself for the ride/walk or sit and relax after a long ride/walk. Anyway, enjoy & B.Y.O.P.!
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Last Updated: on 3/7/2018 5:50:45 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (1:50 PM GMT)
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