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Jo Jo's Hideaway Cache

A cache by Jo Jo's Gang Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/22/2005
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is located in an old community park. This is a CITO site, so bring along a bag and help out the local community in keeping this area beautiful.

Jo Jo's Hideaway Cache

I Just Can't Wait!

Howdy Do! All you hillbillys, to Jo Jo’s Hideaway IF You DARE! Hillbillys take heed. Jo Jo would hide his loot from running off his corn mash in notorious places around these parts. Come search for the loot with fellow hillbillys and prove that you’re a great treasure hunter! The cache consist of many unusual tricks. You'll be bending your eyes in many different angles in order to make the find. Lil Doggy! Miss not the main cache it is Jo Jo's loot, with gold pieces that was hidden from his make shift still run off. But the old Pinkerton’s in the Speakeasys talk of Jo Jo’s Gang and their cunning ways of hide'n the micro containers in the least likely places. Midnight's in full so set out on an adventure and see if you can survive this horrific ordeal by bringing plenty of fresh water and jerky to keep your stamina up for the trip into the unknown. May God have mercy on your soul? If you dare try and find it

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***Congradulations FTF: arbys_ovenmitt***
***50th to find: TMaryJohn***
***100th to find: Stealth Bobber***
***150th to find: dipper60***
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