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geomatrix: all done
picked up one of stage one's couldnt find the second and grabbed the final which was in great shape as if it was put there days ago.. anyways.. though not visited by many this was a cool cache and original strong box was fun to build.. I hope whoever took it is using it for something. I really hope the next cache to occupy the park isnt a dumb little micro

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BATTLE CREEK STRONGBOX

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Hidden : 9/13/2006
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Battle creek park with fun for everyone is located off the corner of McKnight and Upper Afton roads. This part of the park has a water park, playground, picnic area, and trails with bridges passing over man made waterfalls. Other sections of Battle Creek include a dog park, sports facility, mountain bike trails, and a paved trail that winds down along the creek to highway 61 and beyond.

Stage one.. amongst the stumps, seek the key to find the box. Stage two.. the mowed grass trail will lead the way to the forest where the strongbox lay.

This cache is registered with Ramsey County Parks

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