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agouracharger: I'm sorry Elin, but this one must be gone.
Hope to see you someday soon, maybe at Toppers for John and Monica's party.
Gordon the AgouraCharger

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Voce Dorata

A cache by agouracharger Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/17/2004
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
4 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Our friend Elin, EMC of Northridge CA having started geocaching in May 2003 is now celebrating her 4000th find, that's an incredible average of 7 caches per day!

In addition to her geocaching exploits, Elin actually finds time to pursue her singing career.

The cache you are seeking was, in a former life, a rectangular metallic storage container used by the military. It has now been recycled as a part of our fun game.

The cache is 1.6 miles from Wildwood parking lot, off of the Santa Rosa Trail.

This hike is not suited for children or inexperienced hikers. In fact I suggest that you do not try this by yourself. Be sure to wear hiking boots, long pants, and a long sleeve shirt. A hiking stick will NOT help you on the steep part.

As a tribute to Elin this cache has many musical-themed items, including maracas, guitar picks, a portable radio and finders will sign a log made of sheet music paper! Please try to follow the music theme, or trade items that remind you of Elin!

Happy hunting!

Campyc, Dana, and the AgouraCharger

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