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C T Rest "A" rea

A cache by Zurcher Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/01/2004
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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My turn to place an urban micro. This is a quick in and out, snatch and grab, easy cache. Car required. Can park very close. Flip flops ok. For a fast lunch break and/or just sitting down and actually having lunch. Not a "lame?" magnetic key box under a guard rail style cache. Accessible 24/7 and if you can get there, roads / parking plowed..? snow not a problem. Note: this is most visited cache here in Connecticut !!

This, old and original posting !!!! Cache container was an altoids can, now similar but larger...can.. ( unable to find a safe [muggles] place for larger container ) Please note : During heavy rainstorms, this cache gets soaked, thus, please double bag to keep log dry ! . Location is reasonably safe from most muggles view, however, do try and be discreet. While at location, if the building is open?...go in and get latest CT map and a good bicycling map also available. General hints: cache is not in a tree or in the stone wall. Some cachers dont read !!!! They have "messed" up the stone wall..!!! RE_ READ THIS AGAIN General hints: cache is NOT in a tree or in the stone wall. If you are also into letterboxing? there are actually 4 of them in this rest real close to this cache! base of tree on bottom of stone wall next to this cache.not even 20 feet away?

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[ Cache IS real easy to get at going east wards..coming in from New York... a bit hard to get at if going westward on I 84...and if doing that.. Recommend looking at google earth map, satelite pix.etc order to plot route! ]

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