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This is my first cache, released in Laurel Hill Park in Hudson County, in Secaucus, NJ.
The park is located near the Secaucus Junction train station. It is part of the Hackensack River preserve, and is very well kept. It includes a playground, pedestrian path to riverfront trail, and a non-slip, concrete boat ramp. The site is a natural landmark visible from the NJ Turnpike, known as Snake Hill or Fraternity Rock, and is directly across the river from the Sawmill Creek Wildlife Management Area. The cache is a small ammo can filled with treats, including my Jack Skellington Travel Bug, a log book & pencil, a new NBC Olympic Hat, some pins, a pedometer & a few other surprises.
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