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An ammo can hidden in some rough terrain.
Take I-35 north out of Waco. Cross the Brazos and take the first exit. Follow the signs to the Chinese restaurant, but don't stop. Go past and turn left. You will come to a parking lot near an abandoned driving range. It should be a short hike from here. (A certain Waco geocacher likes to turn ones like these into park-and-grabs, but I wouldn't recommend this.)
The name of the cache is taken from the initial contents, which is a large collection of kazoos. Not 23, but more like 50 or 60. If you are caching with your family or a group or just a buddy, a kazoo for everybody is one trade item. You can make beautiful music together on your way back to the car. By the way the LARGE end goes in your mouth, and you have to hum, not just blow.
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:58:09 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:58 PM GMT)
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