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Reservist Rest Stop TB Hotel

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Hidden : 12/17/2006
2 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

You are looking for a 50 cal Ammo Can. It is a short walk in the woods.

Those who had found the "Reservist Rest Stop" when it was a micro can now come back and get the NEW "Reservist Rest Stop TB Hotel" since it is a new cache!!!!!! This is a TB Hotel, please put in a TB if you want to take a TB! Really want this one to be for GeoCachers to drop off or swap out TB's. If you can help a TB complete it's quest or take it to the state/country it is trying to reach, please take and help it on it's way. There is some GeoStuff in the cache, but please do not fill it up with a lot of GeoStuff. Hotel nearby where some Navy Reservist stay while doing their "Weekend Drill", hense the name of the Cache. Thanks to Joe Navy and NEFGA for the Ammo Can that I received at the Fifth Annual NEFGA Caching for the Holidays event.

Northeast Florida Geocachers Association
This cache was placed by a member of the
Northeast Florida Geocachers Association

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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