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El Granada Kids Cache
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An easy multi, with lots of kids' diversions.
The listed coordinates will take you to stage 1. Look for the plaque with John Papan's birthdate on it. Make a note of it, and let the numbers equal AB/CD/EF. Let the kids look around - there's lots of fun stuff to see!Stage 2 is located at N 37 30.126 W 122 28.189Look for the plaque with El Granada history. Note the size of the original park, and have the number of acres equal GHI. Note the date the town name was recorded and let the year equal JKLM. Grab the kids an ice cream across the street in the hardware/general store and figure out the final coordinates.Stage 3 is located at N 37 30.848 W ACC CM.JGLThe cache is a new ammo box filled with lots of quality kids stuff (books on tape, bike gloves, etc.), some interesting treasure for adults, and (instead of the typical enfuego bookmarks) some handmade recipe cards. One recipe per family, please, and let me know when they need to be restocked. There's plenty of kid fun to be had at stage 3.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:58 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum