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This is the second in our series of wheelchair or stroller accessible caches. That means all but the very last 100 yards to the cache are on paved or hard-packed surfaces. The person assisting the one in the wheelchair would actually have to do the final cache-retrieval. They are also good places to walk the dog when it rains. Technically this park area (Seal Slough and pump house) is only open from 0600-2200. We have no idea what the steel artwork is that you will see there. Does it make noise when it's windy? Does it do something interesting when it rains? Anyway we think it looks like a shark attack, hence the name of the cache.The cache is in a camouflaged small container (BYOP), holding the usual small, tradable, geo stuff. **BE SURE AND NOTE the clue on the front cover of the logbook. When you have completed all of the caches in this series, and collected all of the clues from the logbooks, you will have all of the information you need to discover the coordinates of the final, bonus cache. PLEASE REMOVE CACHE GENTLY FROM ITS HIDING PLACE AND REPLACE IT USING THE SAME ADHERENCE METHOD.
Vg vf abg va gur vpr cynag...cre fr!! PRNABGUHF.
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