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Castle in the Sand

A cache by goldigger*, adopted by meronjo2 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/16/2004
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2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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(a 5 Star geo-traveler resort)
Gently nestled in the tranquil dunes of Santa Rosa Island, Castle in the Sand is the ultimate resort for your geo-traveler …
Let us pamper your traveler in the lap of luxury … Newly constructed in the summer of 2004, our generously sized quarters, a large 50 caliber ammo box, can accomodate large size travel bugs …
Unlike a traditional travel bug motel, Castle in the Sand was especially designed for all geo-travelers: travel bugs,   traveler tags,   geocoins,   wooden nickels,   where's george? dollars, etc. …
The rules of the resort are rather simple:
You may check a traveler in or out 24 hours a day, but please do not take all the travelers at one time. …
Please be sure to sign the resort's guest register for all traveler transactions … Also, you do not have to take or drop off a traveler at all … If you simply wish to tour the resort just sign yourself in and out on the guest register …
While on the property be sure to visit:
The Geocoin Cafe
George's Bar and Grill
The Wooden Nickel
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