MASS TOOK NOTHING LEFT NOTHING, I DON'T THINK SO #1
I stumbled upon some caches done by Jimswim, and really like them, so I emailed Jimswim and asked if he would mind if I start a series like his, here on the east coast. So now I'm going to start a series called "MASS TNLN, I don't think so". When translated, it means you WILL trade an item. This cache is especially made for those geocachers that LIKE to trade items. If you don't trade an item with this cache (and I will check, I can see the park from my living room), then don't bother looking for this one. The container is a film canister and contains a log sheet and one coin. The object of this cache is to replace the coin with another one. I rated the terrain a 1 since you can drive right up to the cache, and the difficulty a 3 since there are a lot of muggles in the area.
There are a few simple rules:
1. The coin you place must be a US nickel, dime, or quarter.
2. The year of your coin must be either 1 year newer or 1 year older that the coin that is currently in the cache.
3. You must sign and date the log sheet (bring your own pen).
4. Log your find on geocaching.com and post the year of the coin you left.
Failure to do any one of the 4 rules above will give me the privilege of deleting your log so you won't get credit for the find.
The date of the coin as of April 4, 2004is a 1971 quarter (I'll keep this as up to date as possible).
Now a little bit about the location. This park is a very nice place to bring the kids and have a picnic. There are climbing structures, walkways, benches, baseball field, tennis courts, and plenty of shade. Good luck and Happy Geocaching.