Spinning a Yarn: The Baby Factory
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On the very spot of this cache, back in 1987, there was a secret factory. The Anderson Company produced many, many things. Fine furniture, lamps, precision clocks, and of course baby toys.
The Anderson Company was run by a very strange individual by the name of Sven Oloffson. Sven was a tall, gangly, odd looking sort of a man. Sven had other talents besides his business in turning out the fine goods.
You see, my friends, Sven also operated a baby factory. It seems he would hire ladies-of-the-evening to come to his factory and (gasp) have...shall we say...well they...um you see... well, heck I think you know what I'm trying to say.
So anywho, The Anderson Company had a floor in the factory devoted to his side business. The women and all the offspring taxed the company's resources tremendously.
Well, one day the company's CFO, Mr. Jim Farnsworth, decided to investigate the secret door leading up to the 27th floor of the factory and came upon the baby factory.
Mr. Farnsworth, having solved the secret of the missing finances, and knowing that he'd be blamed as CFO burned the factory to the ground.
Nothing remains of this factory except the occassional piece produced by the factory that survived the fire. Approximately, twice each year, someone finds something in the trees.
My Niece will maintain this cache along with my other nearby caches.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum