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This cache has been archived.

bflentje: I feel terrible archiving such an old cache but I am reengineering my hiding methods and this cache located way to my west does not fit into the new plan.

The cache container has already been removed from the woods.

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Teen Hideout

A cache by bflentje Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/16/2005
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This cache located in Wolk Park. A not-so-well known park in Burnsville. You're looking for a small sized cache. It is a peanut butter jar cammoed appropriately for the hiding spot.

If you're lucky enough to find this cache, PLEASE replace all cammoe materials to the exact way you found them.

When I was in my younger days, there was a place where we all hooked up to do the things teenagers do. The hiding spot of this cache is near that place. Although, nowadays, the secret spot looks well worn compared to the day when I used to hang out. This spot is famous for the burn I got when I very stupidly made a torch out of an old nylon jacket while I was ferrying the others out to the center of the woods for another bonfire.

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