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Found it hardware found "Crosby, Dills, Cache and Fun..."

Thursday, 09 December 2004Minnesota

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a timeline pertaining to this visit.

nov. 27: i drop "generic travel bug" in a new maple grove cache.

nov. 29: moe the sleaze picks it up.

dec. 1: i make plans to hit a few nearby geocaches after visiting the summit brewery. (much to my disappointment, nobody had hidden a micro within spitting distance of the brewery.) research turns up a few nearby caches, including this one.

dec. 2: i have to abort my brewery/geocaching plan.

dec. 9: i complete the brewery tour, a week after i planned. taking the information i compiled on dec. 1, i head in search of area caches, this one being the first. i have no reason to assume any of them have gone missing in the past week, and i was too lazy to look any of 'em up again prior to my visit.

so imagine my surprise when i find the same travel bug i dropped in maple grove less than 2 weeks ago. out of the hundreds of caches in the metro, i found it slightly amazing i came across the same bug during one my rare geocaching expeditions east of minneapolis.

i dropped off another travel bug, grabbed something and dropped something else. i think this is the cache where i traded million dollar bills. i didn't take notes today, like i usually do.

oh yeah, i took a deck of mystic lake playing cards from the cache, i think. (or was it the other cache.) i have dropped plenty of these decks around the metro...i wonder if this was one of them.

i enjoyed visiting this area. the trails were a bit muddy, but getting in and out wasn't too tough. (lots of great hiding spots.)

--hardware

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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