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The Ax: Time to let this cache go and open up the area for other caches. Thanks to everyone who took on this challenge. Ray



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Hidden : 9/25/2004
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Many major league baseball players start playing at a young age when they join their local town's Little League. This micro cache is a casual walk around Norwalk's Tim Devine Baseball Field.

Drive to Midrocks Drive and take the driveway on the right just before the Honey Hill Care Center. At the end of the driveway, you will see a parking area(and a sign) for the baseball field. You will not interfere with play if a game is being played. In fact, stay and watch for awhile. You may be watching the next Mo Vaughn. However, don't forget the cache is waiting for you!In addition to the micro with log, there is a small container with baseball cards at the site. The container and log are a few feet apart, but the container is an easier find and has a clue to help you find the log (if needed). Take and/or exchange a baseball card, if you wish. You must find and sign the log to complete the cache. Good Luck. BRING A PEN TO SIGN THE LOG AND ...?

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gur pyhr gb svaq gur ybt vf va gur pbagnvare jvgu onfronyy pneqf juvpu vf ba gur yrsg fvqr bs gur cngu haqre n ebpx.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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