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by Wyzyrd
(Finds: 21   Score: 105.5)   (Hidden: 1   Score: 6)

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Coordinates ( WGS-84 datum )
N 43° 19.663'   W 078° 14.345'
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Waterport ,    New York    14571
United States    Near By Caches

Hidden On: 11 Sept 2003
Waypoint (Landmark): N00928
Open Cache:    Personal use only
Cache type:    Normal
Cache size:    Normal

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

When you locate the cache PLEASE be careful when removing it. The natural cover is limited, and fragile. Gently slide it out to the side to expose it. Carefully return it to its hiding spot. Also, please try not to mash a path directly to the cache. Step over, or go around, rather than flatten, rip up, or break, the foliage. THANK YOU!


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This is a good cache for a pair, or a family, as long as the younger members are experienced. It does have some areas that someone under six may find impassable if they accompany you all the way to the cache. But... you may find they come in handy.

This cache is not your typical "2 miles on a mowed path, then 100 feet off the trail under a log" cache. This is my first cache, and I put some serious time into finding a location worthy of the "local" geocaching community. There is no geocaching community out here... maybe I can stir some interest. Besides, I had to lure you folks out of the city with something worth-while. This is truly a beautiful area, and you will enjoy yourself, even if you never find the cache. Please remember your camera, you will want pictures.

Now, I know you adults don't really care what's in the box, other than the logbook. But I'm sure the younger crowd finds the treasure as much fun as the trip. This cache is not a box of junk! It is crammed full of all the mid-sized toys I could possibly fit in it. The toys are all brand new from Dollar General. They would interest a boy, or girl, from 3 - 13 years of age. Folks, please trade fairly. Really, it is for the kids, you know? I have made Dollar General a regular stop since I started geocaching. It makes for really nice, yet cheap, trades. And they also can replace the sunglasses you got all boogered up geocaching pretty cheap too.

The name, and theme of this cache, run all through it... from start, to finish. There are several possible routes into the area. And what may appear hard this time of year, will be the only way in, another part of the year. And the easy way now, will be the hard way then. For you people who just like to drive to within less than a half mile of the cache on the road, and pull over and bushwack to the cache.... you'll be happy to know you can do that here, as well... but you better bring climbing gear.

Once you find the cache, and even if you don't, go look around a little. This area is a pocket of paradise. There are beautiful wild flowers in the summer, wildlife,and fishing-waters. You probably could even pitch a tent and stay the night, although this is not located in a park. Point Breeze, on Lake Ontario, is nearby, as well.

Through the late spring, to late fall, you should probably be OK with just hiking shoes. But, it would be a good idea to prepare for some water up to several feet deep, as well. It is possible to get to the cache even in high water times, without getting wet, but it may take you awhile to find the way.

Please come and enjoy yourself. I want to share this find with you all. Thank you, and HAPPY HUNTING!


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I found it! 27 Dec 2007 by  WhiteUrkel   (Finds: 172   Score: 635)   (Hidden: 40   Score: 156)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
Almost forgot this was listed here, logging a couple of weeks late. This was the main reason for, and the highlight of, a caching trip to Orleans County for myself and HuckleBuckle. This cache, and the area are everything they're advertised, awesome! I love the red rock of the waterfall and creek bed, it's pretty unusual for WNY. We found the cache no problem, despite some leftover melting snow in the area. I took a dollar bill, and left a couple of electronic games. Thanks for the cache.
I found it! 05 Oct 2003 by  Blackpete   (Finds: 406   Score: 1774)   (Hidden: 19   Score: 73)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
We really enjoyed this cache. Started in a spot that seemed right but obviously was not. Found a parking area and then the right place. There were a lot of fishermen there. Someone told us the trout and salmon are running and there were fishermen from as far as PA. There were at least 50 of them there. We were able to get to the cache without being seen. Thanks for this great adventure. Took nothing, left nothing.
I found it! 16 Sept 2003 by  cenobite07   (Finds: 82   Score: 384)   (Hidden: 6   Score: 35.5)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
I couldn't believe this had been out there 5 days with no finds so I had to go. We have a cottage nearby so I know the area pretty well.

It looks like there is either a lot of local traffic in the area or there have been a bunch of unlogged no-finds.

There were a bunch of kids across the way so I had to wait till they left to retrieve the cache to sign the book as they would have been able to see me pretty clearly. I finally was able to get it right at dark and replaced it with my mini light.

As it turns out I was second to sign the book.

The cache is chock full of fun stuff for the kids. Took nothing and left only a log.

Thanks for the fun hide.
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