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cache type The Season Series: SPRING cache size

by HuckleBuckle
(Finds: 77   Score: 273.5)   (Hidden: 67   Score: 223.5)

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Coordinates ( WGS-84 datum )
N 42° 49.335'   W 078° 42.601'
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West Seneca ,    New York    14224
United States    Near By Caches

Hidden On: 17 Jul 2006
Waypoint (Landmark): N026CD
Open Cache:    Non-commercial use only
Cache type:    Normal
Cache size:    Normal

Difficulty:   gps (easy)
Terrain:   gps half gps (easy)


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This is the third of four caches in the SEASON SERIES, find SPRING,SUMMER,AUTUMN,& WINTER to get the SEASON SERIES:FINAL cache. In each cache there is a small part of the set of coordinates for the final cache.

The "Spring" cache is an easy walk down a trail in Sunshine Park. Appropriate name, eh?

The container is a regular size lock-n-lock, which contains typical spring items, but please do not remove them from the cache. They're vital to ensuring this cache stays the way it was meant to be - this ain't no squirtgun, people.

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I found it! 11 Feb 2007 by  Szuchie   (Finds: 146   Score: 577)   (Hidden: 5   Score: 26)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
(Haha, I forgot how much I really enjoyed this odd ball caching experience....thank goodness for this cache log to jog the ole' melon). And now for the log:

Now I know the rating on this cache is a 1/1.5, but that wasn't taking into account 3 foot high snow drifts, brutally cold wind, and a deranged cache owner full-body-tackling seekers into snow piles. That's certainly a first while out cache hunting, hahaha.

As always, Huck was a good sport and let us stop by one of his caches today while we were up West Seneca way. This was a fun hike through the woods and deep snow (although I got stuck blazing the trail through deep snow...hehe). Once to the cache location I started digging through the deep snow. After commenting that I didn't know what I was looking for, Huck makes the snide comment that "maybe you should try looking somewhere else then". When the ground is covered in knee deep snow, this must be a really funny thing for the guy NOT looking for the cache to say (as the howling laughter of Huck and Chicky would affirm). Dang trouble makers.

Luckily my second attempt at locating the cache was fruitful, and only after following the directions of the cache owner was I allowed to log the cache. Thanks for the guidance Huck, it wouldn't be the same without you (although it would probably be a little less confusing...hahaha).

Following this adventure, it was off to Andersons for some treats and a lot of high-quality geo-conversations. Thanks Huck for showing Chicky and me around on a chilly Sunday afternoon!


I found it! 26 Jul 2006 by  mickemt   (Finds: 172   Score: 590.5)   (Hidden: 71   Score: 266)
     Open Log:    Unrestricted
Loved the series, thatks HB for getting it up on Navicache.
I found it! 18 Jul 2006 by  WhiteUrkel   (Finds: 172   Score: 635)   (Hidden: 40   Score: 156)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
Hmm. Hadn't even looked at the cache page on the other site in like a year. I forgot the little dig at me about Squirt Gun's. :-). And that was before West Seneca was FILLED with Gunn's. Ha Ha!! Speaking of which, I think a cache owner from NYC, who recovered the squirt gun from his own cache, has been holding on to it for like a year. TFTC, HB.
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