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This is the third in our series of wheelchair or stroller accessible caches. That means all but the very last few yards to the cache are on paved or hard-packed surfaces. They are also good places to walk the dog when it rains. Come to this one at high tide and you can see a decent variety of shorebirds in the wetlands and around the canal area. If you want to stroll a longer loop, head south from the cache and walk until you come to a turquoise footbridge. Turn east just before it and follow the sidewalk to Airport Blvd. Continue north on Airport Blvd. (sidewalks) and later on the Bay Trail. Finish the loop by cutting through the Burlingame off-leash dog park. If you want a still longer flat walk, continue north past the dog park, on Old Bayshore, through the small shorebird sanctuary, and finally back again on the Bay Trail. If you are feeling tired by then, be sure to stop off at the well-known local bug hotel. We think they've probably left the lights on for you! The cache is a small plastic sign-only micro, so bring a pen.**BE SURE AND NOTE the clue in the red border beneath the disclaimer in 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 four clues and all of the information you need to discover the coordinates of the final, bonus cache.
Bu, pbzr ba! Lbh qba'g arrq n uvag!
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum