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Songs from the Wood

A cache by MillerofMD Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 02/25/2006
Difficulty:
4 out of 5
Terrain:
4 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Located off of beach drive. Terrain might prove a bit challenging after all the flooding last spring. Used to be easy access to the cache site but now there is a surprise at the end. How far can you jump? Not recommended for little children, although my 7 year old had no trouble.

This series of caches are dedicated to another of my all time favorite bands "Jethro Tull". (See "The Who" series)
This is the first cache of four. #2="Thick as a brick", #3="WarChild" , #4="Too old to Rock & Roll, too young to die"
Inside the logbook of each cache is the partial waypoints for a 5th mystery cache "Aqualung". You will have to find all 4 caches before you will know where to find Aqualung!
I hope you enjoy these caches and I look forward to some interesting log comments!

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