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CT Solar System: Saturn

A cache by Brklyn6 & RJFerret Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 4/26/2005
2 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is part of the "CT Solar System" series of caches, each representing a planet's distance from the Sun, were the Sun located at the NY/CT State line and the Solar System scaled to the width of Connecticut.

Saturn is located in Pine Creek Open Space in Fairfield, CT. Parking cords are N 41' 07.474 W 073' 15.753. The weekends maybe crowded due to activities on the soccar and baseball fields nearby. Saturn is located a short distance off the main trail. When I placed the cache I saw several deer, so keep an eye out, they appear to be use to people in their park! Saturn is a medium sized tupperware container with many trade items and a log with a pen. The cache contains aliens, glow in the dark stars, stickers, alien erasers, glow in the dark toys, balls, a 'Planet' necklace, and of course rings!!

Saturn is nearly twice the distance Jupiter is from the Sun or almost ten times Earth's distance from the Sun. In our example, it is another 15 minutes drive from Saturn!
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