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LH13-Deezer Did It First
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This is the thirteenth in a series of easy (terrain 1) lunch hour caches--You will not have to contend with many of the hazards encountered in Houston area caching...muddy trails, water, snakes, gators, briars, brambles, poison ivy, etc. Notice, I did not promise the absence of mosquitoes or hot weather. That can only be accomplished by caching indoors with air conditioning. That is not possible to provide. Please note: Do not disassemble any public property while locating these caches!! It is not necessary in order to find them.
See LH1 for information on the general layout of these lunch hour caches.
This cache is located in a park that may have restrooms available. The cache location is near a new baseball complex in Sugar Land. The cache is a small container with no pencil (Bring your own), with easy access if you know how to find it. The cache IS NOT inside the baseball field.This LH cache is named "Deezer Did It First" to honor a cacher, "Deezer", in Benton, AR who hid the first one I found like this. Another very similar one was found in Texarkana, AR that was also named in honor of Deezer. I have found several of Deezer's caches in the Benton-Little Rock, AR area and they are very challenging.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:58:06 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:58 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum