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peanutbutterbreadandjam: Bye-bye, sweet (largest in Alberta) cache, I'll miss you! Sob!



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Hidden : 12/04/2005
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Size: Size:   large (large)

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Geocache Description:

This is a very large cache - very large. You may be surprised when you see it. You may fall over. Your friends may have to perform CPR. What can I say? I was blown away! I hope the cache isn't.

Park here: N51 00.994 W114 13.316 This cache is my entry for the Big Cache Contest being organized by the GeoCaching Edmonton folks. I would like as many people as possible to visit the cache. However, please make sure to visit it soon and log your visit quickly. Due to the nature of this cache, it could be easily muggled. It is located neara semi-quiet trail and is camoflaged as best as I could muster, but you'll appreciate that a cache container of this size is hard to hide. The cache contains lots of trade items and they are large too (they almost blew me away too!). If you wish to trade, big is the name of the game, so trade up (in size, that is!).
Please make sure to log your visit in the log book which is inside the container.
If I win the contest and your visit contributed to my score, then I'll give you a big hug! Thanks!!

***UPDATE*** I won!!! Sweet victory!! The biggest cache in Alberta, perhaps the World?? And you have been to it, or perhaps stayed in it, fantastic!! Thanks everyone! Here's your big hug!! {{{{you}}}}

***UPDATE*** A big thank you to all of you that have been mopping up moisture in the cache container! It is really appreciated. I may install a television and internet access at some later date. (((Huggzzzz)))

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