Stick 'Em Up, Eh?
In Manitoba, Canada
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This is a very easy cache along a new section of trail that will have a fair bit of traffic. There is some shelter from detection, however stealth is required. Parking on road is nearby.
Some places you might be worried about going down a heavily forested trail. Well, not here in “Friendly Manitoba”. In fact, we give you stuff. We do have a little problem with our geocaches getting mugg(l)ed, though.
This is my first cache and the reason why I am putting this out is to help all the nice folks who put out caches for the rest of us. Since I have noticed that most caches do not have a geocaching sticker, probably due to the high cost and inconvenience to get them, I got a bucket load of them made. They are medium sized and I have a LOT of them.
So, please drop by this "new trail" and get some stickers for your caches. Even if you are not putting out a cache, grab a couple and maybe use them as a trade item when you are far a field. And, for you out of province folks, please have one because it has our MBGA logo proudly displayed on them.
Remember, I got LOTS of stickers and I do not need anything in return. So, get some stickers on your caches so that they don't get "mugg(l)ed". If you use up your stickers, come on back and get more.
This is an easy cache, since it is my first I want to make it easy for people to get to. To start off there will be a few dozen stickers (if you let me know it's getting low, I will put more in) and an FTF certificate and prize (a geocaching patch).
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- Capt. Midnight does quality check of stickersThis is Captain Midnight making sure the geocaching stickers are acceptable before they are cut up and put out in the cache.
Last Updated: on 09/18/2016 12:00:08 Pacific Daylight Time (19:00 GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum