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Captain Max: The fox was too sly for this one to survive as many years as it did. Time to say goodbye.


Sly Fox

A cache by Captain Max & the Kids Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 1/28/2006
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Fox Meadow Park Small Cache

Small park is wedged between two privately owned parcels on Mirror Lake. Cache is well within the boundaries of public land, but please respect the neighbors' property. This is the wooded portion of a park that also has a more traditional section to it. The woods lead to a small lake that the famous aviator Max Conrad once used as his float plane runway.

Cache is a small pill bottle with log.

Park on the street alongside the park. Do not go into the driveways at end of cul de sac. The skateboard ramp is private property of the neighbor.

Description of park according to City of Edina:
Fox Meadow Park is located off of Blake Road and Fox Meadow Lane in northwest Edina. This new four-acre park is a wonderful addition to the Edina neighborhood, complete with new playground equipment, a pretty gazebo, benches and walking trails. This park was remodeled with the help of generous donations from families in the area.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Jung n pbjobl urnef ng pubj gvzr

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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