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Found it Frau Potter found The bungle in the jungle coast cache

Saturday, June 19, 2004Washington

**I had ALWAYS WONDERED WHEN I STARTED GEOCACHING! Now I know that it was 2004. In 2015, I discovered my old cpotter account! So I'm changing the "found it" date of my original find and adding the text from my cpotter account. **

06/19/2004

[Only one out of our party of four made it to the cache. The thick brush and thorns and steep climb and wetness underfoot discouraged the rest of us. Our second youngest member of the team, the Potter Muggles, as well as others in the group, had severe scratches running up and down both legs and she never even made it to the end. All in all, a most memorable experience. Four out of five for terrain is definitely much more difficult than two out of five, that's for sure! We won't ever forget this trip, or that important information.]
[ The Potter Muggles]

[That would be the 12 yo entry. This cache does require some willingness to push through the bush, but it is findable, especially if you bring a compass. The cache is receiving a fair bit of traffic - many more log entries in paper than on-line. It was a fair bit of fun!]

You want to go up a small ravine, and then exit in the relevant vacinity. Don't bother with the wet bench.

8/3/2013 Found It Log

4 star terrain earned. We felt like Buttercup and Wesley entering the fire swamp. We kept eye out for rodents of unusual size.

This entry was edited by Frau Potter on Thursday, 30 April 2015 at 01:37:52 UTC.

infoThis is the original cache type consisting, at a bare minimum, a container and a log book. Normally you'll find a tupperware container, ammo box, or bucket filled with goodies, or smaller container ("micro cache") too small to contain items except for a log book. The coordinates listed on the traditional cache page is the exact location for the cache.
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