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by sagefemme
(Finds: 67   Score: 299)   (Hidden: 8   Score: 33.5)

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Coordinates ( WGS-84 datum )
N 43° 14.869'   W 077° 28.435'
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Webster ,    New York    14580
United States    Near By Caches

Hidden On: 27 Feb 2009
Waypoint (Landmark): N02ABB
Open Cache:    Personal use only
Cache type:    Normal
Cache size:    Normal

Difficulty:   gps (easy)
Terrain:   gps (easy)
Misc: No drinking water! No restrooms (water closets) available Pets are allowed. Parking is available No fees!

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On the small side of regular sized, this cache is just off a well marked trail, in my favorite sort of hiding place.

This is within the Whiting Rd Preserve. Park at N 43 14.823, W 077 28.124. This is not a challenging cache.

Sorry, no FTF prize here. It's just too easy. The real prize is the abundance of other caches in the area for those who haven't already found this area. I'd say there are enough other caches to keep you going for at least three hours as an easy pace, if you have that much time. (Less if you've already scored some of them.)

Addendum: the real reason there is no FTF prize is that this cache has been here for a couple of years now. I just "adopted" it to get it into the system so actual cachers could find it instead of just people passing by on the trail who stumbled across it.




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Note 28 Feb 2009 by  sagefemme   (Finds: 67   Score: 299)   (Hidden: 8   Score: 33.5)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
Yes, Chili, I just found it, and could tell from the log, lack of name, lack of listing on geocaching.com that this was an unofficial cache. I thought official cachers oughta have a crack at it, so I "adopted" it. Didn't want to say that in so many words, in case reviewers rejected it on that grounds alone. Now that it is an official listing, I think I'll be more forthright in the description!
Note 28 Feb 2009 by  ChileHead   (Finds: 24   Score: 92.5)   (Hidden: 52   Score: 182)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
Oh by the way, I feel like I've been "chile'd" on this cache. See: http://www.navicache.com/cgi-bin/db/displaycache2.pl?CacheID=8510

That was a cache I also found while geocaching which was never listed anywhere, and I listed it here because I couldn't list it on gc.com because it was too close to another. Cache-n-release and Beaverbunch rushed out to find it, only to see a few random names (and my own) in the logbook.

Note 28 Feb 2009 by  ChileHead   (Finds: 24   Score: 92.5)   (Hidden: 52   Score: 182)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
Well I looked around at the letterboxing sites and could come up with no match for this cache. There was a large group of people that visited it all on the same day, which makes me think somebody put out this as a private cache for a Christian group (judging from all the "praise God" type comments in the first bunch of logs.) Could have been a youth group that put out the cache and decided never to list it on the site, and never picked it up.

The "owner" of the cache on Navicache.com didn't put it out, and also stumbled across it.

I recognized a few cacher names, as most of them were looking for another cache. I don't recall a waypoint of whiting road multi at this particular spot, but it must have been at some point.
I found it! 28 Feb 2009 by  ChileHead   (Finds: 24   Score: 92.5)   (Hidden: 52   Score: 182)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
I was a bit surprised to see about 30 names in the logbook ahead of me going back a couple of years.

I don't recognize this spot as a spot a cache used to be in. Perhaps it is a letterbox? I'll check the letterbox sites to be sure.

A log from boots... indicated he found it while looking for a waypoint of another now archived cache.
Note 27 Feb 2009 by  ChileHead   (Finds: 24   Score: 92.5)   (Hidden: 52   Score: 182)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
Well I just got back from a DNF on a navicache only listed cache on the other side of the city: http://www.navicache.com/cgi-bin/db/displaycache2.pl?CacheID=523

and saw this one pop up. I'll have to consider an early morning run.
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