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KC0GRN: Sorry I hadn't acted on this one yet. I have tried a few containers here, and all of them seem to go missing. Good luck to the next cacher to place a hide here (probably 5 minutes after I archive this one :) ). I just can't seem to make it work.


FMH Jack Yost nipping at your nose? Mk IV

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Hidden : 9/24/2005
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Part of the FMH (Former Medallion Hunts) Cache Series.

Manitou Days Medallion Hunt 2005
Jack Yost Memorial Park.

I've located this cache hopefully very close to where the medallion was found in this park. Spent two or three afternoons looking for it in this patch of woods only to hear someone else found it in the same patch of woods.

You are seeking a Cammoed Pill Bottle, not winter friendly. Stealth will be more of an issue here, as the approach to the cache leaves you pretty close to the open side of the hill, where local kids play alot. Initial cache contents were a logbook, pencil, and some small trinkets. There isn't room for travelbugs.

Thanks for visiting!

Minnesota Geocaching Association

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