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Cache is placed near a private business. Although the business has a large clientele not too many will be found around the cache so muggle activity should be semi-low. Sorry, no room for trade items.
Cache is actually on private property with the owner’s permission. They have a small parking lot where the employees park so you may need to find parking alongside the road nearby. Please be respectful of the property and handle the cache carefully. I think it will hold up OK but you must put it back in exactly the same position you found it in. IT ONLY GOES ONE WAY FOLKS!!
Just a note after a few months in use. FOLKS, there is no reason to use any tools or to take anything apart to get to the log. If you can’t figure it out then drop me a note and I will be more than willing to help. I just got through putting a new log sheet in place and someone left the container in a very dismantled condition. That turns a 3 into a 1 if you know what I mean.
Congratulations to "SURVEYVEST" - FTF!
Last Updated: on 11/27/2017 9:54:38 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (5:54 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum