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The Story Cache
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The Story Cache invites anyone who finds it to add to an ongoing collaborative story.
Just beyond where Tramway turns West, there is Juan Tabo canyon. Back in the hills, we set a Story Cache. Instead of leaving a trinket,, each person should leave their name, date, and the next portion of the story. The story (as of 1/21/10) can be read here -> (visit link)
The best way to approach the Story Cache is from the small permit area near Tramway. Starting at the La Luz trailhead is much more difficult. If yo9u stick to well defined trails, it's a relatively simple hike. Wandering too far, though, could allow the terrain to become nasty quickly.
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- JuanTabo.12.15.05.1.jpgHere's a nice photo of Albuquerque as seen from a point in Juan Tabo Canyon about 500 feet away from the cache
Last Updated: on 2/10/2018 11:00:12 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (7:00 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum