In July of 1910, Freeman Shedd presented to the City of Lowell a 50 - acre tract of land adjacent to Knapp Avenue in the Belvidere section of the city. The land was to be used expressly as a park and playground for the residents of the city. Massive granite pillars frame the entrance to Shedd Park. A stone tablet on the gateway to the park states: "Shedd Playground A Gift to the City of Lowell by Freeman Ballard Shedd A.D. 1910." This is a great park for various forms of recreation, both active and passive. It is good for walking and a great place to exercise your DOG! I always see signs that many canines visit here. If you have time, you can walk to this cache from the park as well.
You are looking for a small Bison tube inside a camo'd container. Log only, and bring a pen with you. Do not remove the capsule from its container--it is glued in. Just unscrew the tube to remove the log sheet. Keep your descriptions of the container vague. No photgraphs of the container will be allowed so it will continue to be a challenge for the next cacher. If you get stumped email me and I will send you a photo of it.