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With permission, encouragement and excitement from Mark (the home owner) we've placed this cache so fellow Geocachers can enjoy the uniqueness of this site. Mark enjoys sitting on his porch watching the amused reaction of motorists passing by, he's anxious to meet and greet Geocachers but, PLEASE do not try to locate AFTER 10 P.M.
One day the owner of this ranch-style home thought "Wouldn't it be neat if I made a little gas station out front?" That's how it began, from a yard in a white picket fence neighborhood into a 1950s-style gas station complete with pumps from the past, check out those gas prices! Mark also thought "every old gas station had a diner" so he converted his front porch into one. During your visit check out the side yard and see what he's done to a 1956 Olds 88.There was an article in the October 29, 2002 National Enquirer Magazine. In the article it told how the neighbors are cool about his remodel, even Woodlanders drive their guests by to see it. The only one not pumped up about the project is his son. Mark says, with a smile "my son, calls me 'psycho dad.'
Bring your own pencil.
Don't quite understand why some receivers lead them across the street, we're glad the cache title is a dead give away.
Erzrzore Znex xabjf bs guvf pnpur. Pbzr hc naq unir n Pbxr.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum