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The magnetic cache which is smaller than a micro (bison tube) contains a logbook, but no pen.
Second in the Free WiFi series.
Often when I'm out geocaching, I could use some internet access to log my finds, check my email, do research, etc. I'm frugal (cheap) so I try to get my internet access for free. This is one spot where I could do just that, and get a good potent cuppa joe too. And they also let me use their rest room, the key for which is attached to a red rock. I even created this cache using their WiFi services minutes after placing the cache. Have fun! Bonus points if you log using free WiFi.
p.s. GPS reception here stinks, and it is BUSY BUSY BUSY during the day and anytime the caffeine junkies are about. The best EPE I could get is 65 feet. So I advise you to read the hint. Beware that those inside can see you through the window. Sorry, the only other alternative is a boring lamp pole cover hide in even worse visibility.
p.p.s. Use Google Earth for a good aerial view and pretty accurate location of the cache,
Ovt zrgny oybpx. Gbc. Yvc.
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