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Mini Park Cache (Sunnyside Conservatory)
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This is a pretty easy geocache to find... It's my 1st one to hide, so enjoy! Sunnyside Conservatory Mini-Park
The Sunnyside Conservatory Mini-Park is a pretty cool little semi-neglected part of the Glen Park/Sunnyside neighborhoods... It is easily accessible (the 23 MUNI line goes right by it)... While there, enjoy the quiet times - enjoy the flowers - and climb up the back stairs to the street above (Joost Ave.)... Afterwards - head down into the "village" of Glen Park and enjoy a meal or a cup of coffee at one of the few places down there.... Enjoy the hummingbirds, too! SEE THE RELATED LINK below for more information on the Sunnyside Conservatory:
The cache is a 5" diameter plastic mixed nuts jar with a bright red screw-on top. Inside the container is a log, pen, a disposable camera (TAKE A SELF-PHOTO [don't forget to push/hold the "flash" button], then advance the film to the next number, then leave it in the container for other GeoCachers... Several mini toys, photos, objects d'art (ha!), etc. Take what you want - leave what you want... Please replace container where you found it - throw some leaves on top to help conceal it.
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PS: When the film is to the last shot, please let me know so I can replace it... photos to be uploaded as soon as can be done.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:58:01 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:58 PM GMT)
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