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Stupid Pointless Micro
The gc.com geocaching forums frequently denigrate "lame" caches. Particularly lame microcaches. Well, this is a pointless micro. It's a standard stereotype micro. It isn't a novel hide. It doesn't take you anywhere interesting or have any other redeeming value.
I just didn't have anything to do this afternoon and happened on this banal location, so . . .
If you're hoping for a challenge or hoping to be taken someplace interesting, ignore this cache. Forget it and move on to the next one you haven't found. On the other hand if you waste an hour, just remember you've been warned.
|Note: Without changing its location, some positions you place the container in are less visible to people passing by. When you put it back, try fussing with it a little to make it less noticable. -- Thanks
| Less than 100 ft. from nearest parking to cache Kid Friendly
Available year-round Dogs on leash Allowed
The Muggle Situation Is Quite Variable
The first time I was there I was alone. When I went back to place the
cache the area was teeming with muggles. I had to go a third
time to drop it off without being obvious -- alone again.
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Last Updated: on 11/30/2017 10:18:16 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (6:18 PM GMT)
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