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nittany dave: Rather than try to find a nearby spot outside the construction area for this I've decided to just let it go.

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Frayed Nerves at Teeter Woods

A cache by nittany dave Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 8/19/2006
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Frayed Nerves at Teeter Woods


 

I got this cache from fraygirls while in Wilmington for a CITO in April '06. Hence the cache name. It has been sitting in my pile of things to do since then and I finally decided to hide it. If you know fraygirls and her hides, this one should be no problem. If you don't, the difficulty may be a little higher.

This is hidden in a very small patch of trees near several retail stores, but you should not have to dodge too many muggles while searching for this cache. If you approach from the south, be careful as there is an old fence between the sidewalk and trees that you could trip over or get cut on. The best approach is obvious when you arrive at the site.

Please be gentle with the container. It's not as tough as it's maker!

Have fun and thanks for searching!

North Carolina Geocachers Organization

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