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Found it NannyOgg found This place is for the Birds

Saturday, September 4, 2004New Hampshire

Nice hike, but the bugs were vicious! Even WITH bug spray, they still kept attacking us, I am still scratching everywhere!

It took us a bit of time, but found the cache pretty easily. There sure were a lot of trees down though. We took d&d miniature, the mosquito trap (how appropriate! :-), duck pencil sharpener, key chain, and a Santa magnet. We also took Ted E. Bear, our very first travel bug! and traveling globe #15.

We left yet another rock with yellow insides (found by my 7yo, who is convinced that people in NH really want more rocks :-), a race car, Pokemon cards, two toy soldiers, a bookcrossing book "Blue Moon", 20-sided die, a Norwegian coin. We also left a post card which we hope will be used as kind of a travelbug, putting it in other caches, after putting your name (optional), and town, state on it. When it's full, please drop it in the nearest mailbox and the kids can see where it has been.

And we made our very first geocaching business card to put in this cache :-)

Ready to go geocaching!Here's the entrance to the Bird sanctuary, so you know what you have to look for when driving past. You can park a little past this entrance, at the town offices / police station.

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Ready to go geocaching! Ready to go geocaching!

One of the HUGE downed trees One of the HUGE downed trees

The green trail The green trail

Red mushroom Red mushroom

Yellow mushroom Yellow mushroom

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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