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The Mother Lode

A cache by chalupa and jusmike Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 06/07/2005
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

The ammo box cache is located in a big beautiful park on the ocean called Fort Foster in Kittery Maine. There is a fee to get it in in the summer. It's a little expensive for a quick cache and dash, so take your time, pack a picnic lunch, go swimming and make a day of it. There is some bug spray in the cache. The mosquitos can be nasty depending on the season. Check for ticks on the way out as well. The coordinates will have you bushwhacking straight through dense woods UNLESS you use one of these routes to get to the cache: 1) There is a trail head to the left of the entrance gate along side the chain link fence. You'll be on clear trails most of the way but you will have to step off the trail a short distance to get to ground zero. 2) Enter the park through the gate and about 100 yards down on your left is a dirt road that you can drive down with a sign pointing to Rocky Beach. The park closes in the fall but you can still park outside the gate and walk or ride a bike in. It's a great place to run your dog as well but be sure to clean up after them or we might lose that privilege. There are restrooms, showers and drinking water available in the summer. This is a trash in/trash out park.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


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