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EMC of Northridge, CA: replaced about 75' away...



A cache by EMC of Northridge, CA Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 7/5/2004
2 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Cinders is up at the top of the side trail which splits off south from the top of the short asphalt hill. Like all cats, you may not see her right away, but she's hanging around somewhere.

With a cache full of cat goodies nearby, my cats couldn't resist being out here. You can find the four cats alone with less than a mile walk and a short drive. To find all four cats and the other six caches in the 2.5 mile loop around the Palisades, park at N3º17.532 W118º33.297. Bring plenty of water. The trail is mostly level or gently sloping with a couple of short, steeper inclines along the way. Do not attempt to scale the cliffs. (Duh.)

If you are coming from the east, and not from the suggested parking, please don't be tempted to bushwhack up from Orson. Follow the main trail all the way west, until you see the side path heading up the hill from the asphalt section near Tampa Blvd.

If you trade, there's only room for smaller items. Please trade CAT-THEMED items only, then be sure the container is closed tightly and completely, and reattach it to the place provided.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

onfr bs ohfu

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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