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My First Year (Trilogy): Nano
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To celebrate the anniversary of my first year of geocaching, I have set up three caches in Leesburg's Ida Lee Park. This is the last of the three, and it is a 'nano' sized cache (yes, it is one of 'those'!)
If you haven't hunted one of these containers before, the best way to visualize it would be to look at the tip of your pinky. That's it. It's TINY! The container is magnetic with a lid that screws on and off. Most folks find that using a pair of tweezers helps with extracting the log, and when you replace the log, place it in the 'bottom' first.
To add to the allure of yon treasure, I have a prize to award to the first team to find all three trilogy caches: a $50 gift certificate to my favorite chow hall - Red Hot & Blue!
Ole Airsafety has sampled BBQ all over this great nation, but never has he found more succulent ribs, juicer yardbird, nor a heartier pig sandwich than right here at Red Hot & Blue. In order to claim yer spoils, ye must write down the code word from each of the three caches. Upon receipt of the first email with all three words, I will provide the bounty by whatever means is mutually satisfactory (such as the Pony Express.)
Ybbx sbe n irel fznyy pbagnvare! :)
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