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Squirmey Wormy

A cache by Sokratz Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 1/29/2006
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Easy terrain as long as you don't try and get wet...there's no need to. Of course the worms like it better when it's a little wet.

Prairie Knoll Park is a great little park. It's fairly new. Fun sledding hill - even though it's man made. Ice Skating and Hockey rinks and Football and Soccer fields for the summer months. And of course, a playground for the kids.

The above coordinates will take you to the Warming House. There is a plaque fixed to the outside wall of the building.

"The City of Andover thanks all of the people who gave so much of themsleves in the creation of this comples...."

A = numeric month printed on the sign
B = 3(number of words in the first paragraph) + 11
C = (number of periods)(number of comma's)
D = (number of words in the second paragraph) - 2

Final coordinates are:
N45 14.DC
W93 16.BA

Depending on the time of year, stealth is required!

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