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Found it NannyOgg found French's Ledges

Monday, September 6, 2004New Hampshire

Nice hike, a bit steep at times, but not too bad. We couldn't find the cache, but luckily help was provided by some other cachers who we met on the trail. This was the first time we met other cachers!

We took poncho (my 10yo really hopes it will rain next time we go caching, so he can use it :-), pink tooth brush (chosen by my 3yo son :-), Janet Jackson cd, hand warmers, geocoin, and Old Maid cards. We left German coin, toy soldiers, skeleton, post card, yellow 10 sided die, barbie clothes, and Pokemon cards. We also left traveling globe #15.

On the hike back to the car, we met a porcupine, who decided that it would be best to climb a tree to get away from us.

On the drive back, I managed to go in the wrong direction (yes, I am really good at getting lost!) and had to back up my 15 passenger van in the almost dark on a narrow dirt road. Now, that was exciting!

Found it!our family and the nice couple we met, who actually were able to locate the cache, unlike us :-)

Additional Images Additional Images

Found it! Found it!

Almost at the top! Almost at the top!

View from the top View from the top

Princess pine with strobili Princess pine with strobili

Porcupine in tree Porcupine in tree

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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