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Braff-n-MandaRue: Decided it was time to Archive this cache. It seems to have run it's course.

I wanted to open up the area so that someone else could possibly place a cache back in this area.


Love Can Build a Bridge

A cache by Braff-n-MandaRue Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 02/18/2006
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This is a love themed cache because we love to cache. It is filled with various items to remind you of love.

This cache is placed in a beautiful wildlife viewing area located near Carr Creek Lake.

You are looking for a small ammo can with this one, filled with love figurines, love pencils, love erasers, etc.

This should be a fairly quick easy find.

Be sure to bring your camera for this one, and walk on out to the end of the trail to the viewing deck. It is a relatively flat wide trail, easy to walk on, and is only about a tenth of a mile long. There is a set of permanately mounted binoculars on the deck, with a step so that small children can stand and look through them. A very beautiful area, where you can see all types of wildlife.

Coordinates to the parking area are N37°14.611' W082°56.636, it is a small gravel lot with signs indicating it is a wildlfe viewing area.

Nearby this area you will find a campground, three picnic shelters (two with a small playground) with clean restrooms, easy access to fishing, and a boat ramp. A very nice little recreation area.

Cache placed and maintained by Big Sandy Area GeoCachers

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gur uvag vf va gur gvgyr, Ybir Pna Ohvyq n OEVQTR!!!

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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