Hyde and Ivy on the Bank of the Mighty River
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The year is 1941. Bergman and Tracy are Ivy Peterson and Dr. Hyde. Hyde's urges surface with this local barmaid, one of the two loves of his life. Hyde cannot truly love Ivy. Hyde is violent towards Ivy yet he is drawn to Ivy in an unyielding way. Hyde is violent with Ivy. It is clear Hydes and Ivy to not belong together.
It is now 2006 and my urge for an ivy surfaces. This ivy is not one of the loves of my life. I don't even like ivy. I always sigh a huge sigh of disappointment and despair whenever I approach ivy. What on earth would compel me to subject anyone else to this depressive condition? Since being diagnosed with anti-social behavior, I am much more aware of my desire to bring people into my unpleasant world rather than change myself for the better. My compulsion is to subject fellow geocachers into my dark underworld. I must bring you to the dark underbelly like ivy, poison oak, bee hives, homeless camps.. You get the idea.
I have placed this cache in such a way that you can't just stomp around hoping to crush the container. The container is out of your reach. You do not need to cross over or around any fences to retrieve the cache. Please be sure to make sure the cache is well hidden and out of reach when you are done. I know many folks never read the cache page until after visiting the cache, but I can always hope that they are more seasoned and will understand what they should do to keep the cache from being mistaken as trash or being muggled.
This can be a high traffic area and can possibly be difficult to retrieve without looking suspicious. Good luck! Also, there are homeless living along this trail. Not in this area, but I see them passing by here. Anything that looks collectible to them is usually nabbed. Expect that to happen if you irresponsibly re-hide this cache.
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