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Hidden : 10/13/2006
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Difficulty is because of the need to be stealthy.

I have a feeling that most don't know about this jewel in Manchester, NH.

Founded in 1995, the New Hampshire Aviation Historical Society is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to preserve the history of aviation in New Hampshire, collecting aviation-related information and artifacts of the past, present and future. Check them out at (visit link)

The Historical Society's home is in the original terminal building that was used in the 1930s. This building was moved to it's present location. The parking lot is a great place to spend some time to watch the planes take off and land.

The cache a small container that can hold very small items. Please bring your own writing instrument. Watch out for thorns.

FTF = solid-rock-seekers (90mins from posting!) I fully agree with their comments on visiting the Museum when it is open.

UPDATE 10/22/2012 - There are posted hours for the parking area now - 11pm to 5am the area is closed - NO NIGHT CACHING.

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