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bullit: Well it is gone. What a bummer, that was a nice big urban ammo can. I'll think about replacing it if I find a more muggle proof spot.


Got Screams?

A cache by bullit & mickeychopchop Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 7/11/2004
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Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Listen closely and you'll hear lots of screams close by.

Don't worry they are the screams of people having fun on the nearby coasters.

The cache is an ammo box hidden along the new San Tomas Aquino creek trail. The trail is bike friendly and it's a nice flat ride down to the Sunnyvale wetlands from here.

The cache should be a fairly easy find and has lots of room for trading items.

It's .35 miles down the trail if you park here: 37 23.460N and 121 58.086W.

Please be discreet if there are people working on the other side of the fence.

Cache starts out with the following:

Three of our new Travel Bugs
Yahoo sunglasses strap
Compass/Whistle thingy from Marky
Two magnetic cache holders with logs
Two state magnets
Children's Book
Dog training clicker(Ozzy hates it)
Northrup Grumman LED keychain
Skateboard keychain
Mickey Mouse Lotion from Disneyland Hotel
and a fuzzy log book and pen


Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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