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cjclittlenipper: Charley (the real one) is still thriving well. Her cache however has run it's course. So our thanks to those that ventured around the pond to find it.

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It's Charley's Fault

A cache by cjclittlenipper Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 5/31/2005
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
3 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Charley is a big loveable Black Lab mix,that was headed for "Doggie Death Row". We were able to adopt her from a shelter in Wallingford, CT. Thanks to the services of Petfinder.com we saved her. They have hundreds of animals listed at their site. Because Charley LOVES to run in the woods, we stumbled upon letterboxing and while letterboxing we stumbled upon a Geo-cache and so the story goes....It's Charley's fault we're here

Parking can be found at N41.52.453 W073.05.669 take the trail to your west. There are other caches here as well as letterboxes and it is one of the first places we brought Charley.

You are looking for a gladware container.The cache contains Charley's first choke chain, a bird call, a silver trade dollar and a $10 Petco gift card for a FTF prize.

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