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American Melting Pot
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found in Herald Harbor.. 2 parking options on the street by the cache or if you wish a nice walk...park at the tennis courts/park on Kyle road and return to the street found at: N 39.03.218 W076.34.254...the cache is small container blue lid' well hidden
This cache is part of a "Home School" Project for my 5 year old Andrew. It is to demonstrate how many nations have come together to build this one great nation we live in. To begin this cache, we have drawn from my wife's and my heritage. She is Dutch; hence we have a "little Dutch girl clay figure". I am of mixed lineage, (mostly European)so we added a German knight figure and a pewter Celtic Cross. I also spent some time in Japan so we have some patches from the Japanese Self Defense force. Grandpa and Grandma have gained the First to find!! Also recieve my thanks for helping me correct the location. One other item is a "First to Find Wooden Nickel". Please if you are first to find...take the coin! *tell any muggles who may ask, that your helping with a home schooler's Social Studies Project... When you log this cache; remember to state a bit of your heritage to help in his project Thanks; Falcon Loader.
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