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Found it NannyOgg found Boston Lot Cache

Friday, September 3, 2004New Hampshire

Wonderful day for a hike! Not too hot, not too cold, and not that many bugs. Must be because I remembered the bug spray this time...

Took us ages to find the cache, the kids had given up, but our friend Mardrey persevered and found it! It was her very first cache! She took the Italian coin, which had the birthday year of her son. And we noticed in the logbook that the last visit to the cache had been on her son's birthday last month!

We took pencil, geocoins, address book, batteries, and lighter. Whoever put in the batteries, THANK YOU!!!! Not for the GPS, but for the camera, which ran out of batteries on the way up. After finding the cache, we could use GPS batteries and cache batteries, and I made a bunch of great pictures.

We left yellow 20-sided die, Dutch coin, English coin, rock with yellow insides (found by my 7yo, who insisted in putting it in the box), breast milk button, Revolution Soccer pin, and a barbie on a bicycle.

Interesting looking berriesNo idea what they are, but I liked the colors on those berries and the stem.

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Interesting looking berries Interesting looking berries

Our navigator Our navigator

Princess pine Princess pine

Boston Lot Pond Boston Lot Pond

5/9 of our group 5/9 of our group

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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