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campyc: Just too many people in this area to keep a cache hidden, plus the important closures for the endangered snowy plovers. Someone else can hide one in this spot if they like.


Coasters at the Coast

A cache by campyc (concept by Ecochic) Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 8/8/2004
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Coasters in a large altoids tin (approx 1"X5"X8") at the coast.

Ecochic ran out of time to hide this before she moved from Ventura to Reno but she collected most of the initial coasters (natch most of them are for beer and ale). She would like this beautiful, wide, sandy beach with few people and great island views.

If you don't trade a coaster, PLEASE JUST SIGN THE LOGBOOK AND CLAIM THE FIND. I.E., stick to the coaster theme for trades, please.

Cache is only a few minutes south of public parking (do approach from the north via the harbor). Though non-native invasive plants grow everywhere, I placed cache in a 2' native coyote bush shrub. Be sure to avoid posted least tern and snowy plover nesting areas. PLEASE CONCEAL WELL.

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