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New York Admin: I regret to report that the cache owner has not responded to the prior note about this disabled cache. I'm archiving it opening the area up to others. Of course, the owner may respond at any time to get this cache back online!

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Mineola Triangle 1 Car Cache

A cache by puzzler6 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 09/07/2005
1.5 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Small cache in residential area

Mineola Triangle 1 (Car Cache)

This is one of a trilogy of caches within a small geographic area of a residential neighborhood. You can park and walk to all three of these (the triangle) within an hour. Please read the signs as parking is regulated and you will be ticketed.

Each one is unique and you can do ANY or ALL of them, and in any order.

Stealth is required as muggles are ever present.

These are themed caches. Please try to keep to the theme and trade like items (cars for cars, toys for toys and stickers for stickers). The caches are very small so keep your trade items mini size ( less than 2 inches).

Triangle themes:
#1 car cache
#2 toy cache
#3 Sticker cache

There is a log book and pencil in each cache so please sign in.

Godiva and I have tried to make this fun and not to difficult. There are several benchmarks in the vicinity which are within walking distance of the triangle so you can expand your search to include them as well. Please give us feedback. These are our first caches and we would benefit from, and appreciate, any comments or suggestions.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


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