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Lazy Cobb Cache - #4
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The old Cobb Estate at the top of Lake Avenue is the starting point for many popular trails and caches. These caches are for the hardy cachers. What about the lazy cachers? Here is a series for you! The Cobb Estate is a nice place to wander around. We hid four caches in about an hour. It was a hot day, and we felt we had a good enough workout, but then, we are lazy cachers! When it cools down, we hope to add some more.
March 2008 notes - The original cache was missing and was replaced in a nearby location. The new container is a 1 qt Nalgene containing a log, pencil and a few nicknacks. In good weather this is popular muggle territory, so seek and hide with caution. Enjoy!
September 2011 - After the Nalgene cache was muggled, we picked a new spot and a new cache type. It's small (bigger than a micro), but only small trade items will fit (you'll see why when you find it). Please replace as you found it with reasonable stealth.
June 2013 - After a couple of mugglings, I've decided to move this again. The new container is a camouflaged Altoids tin, hidden in a new nearby location.
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