Old description follows
While out geocaching with Jason, we drove past a park that he was familiar with. Out of the blue, he says "let's hide a cache there!" It so happened that I had a pre-made micro cache that I was given at the MiGo Winter Social, so this was a perfect opportunity to hide it. Jason says him and his friends called it the spooky park back in the day. It's really not that spooky -- It's a run down old park with flipped over picnic benches and rusted out old grilles. It looks like the locals now use it for paintball. Cache is in the far back corner of the old park. The container has a logbook, a candle, a MiGo wooden coin, and a few other items that were already in the pre-made cache. I didn't even look closely at the contents! Special thanks to the MiGo folks for the container and the contents!
Below here is new
The container will be replaced shortly with a new non-microfilm container - smallish plastic storage container.
And even newer as of 5/15/2011
The container has been replaced with another black microfilm. I found the last version of this cache 86' from the posted coords floating in what appears to be the seat of a fort. Considering all the activity I seem to see back here from teenagers, I've relocated the cache away from here.
And again :) The entire history is here!
It's a new black microfilm - I have a handful more of these left! I moved it closer to the original coords. It has a pencil - please don't put it in the baggie as they just poke holes and the microfilms aren't fully waterproof