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cache type Cayuga's No Excuses #2 Lischer Park cache size

This cache has been retired.
Please do not look for this cache.

by Cayuga Crew
(Finds: 79  Score: 296.5)    (Hidden: 2  Score: 8)

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Coordinates (WGS-84 datum)
N 42° 51.671'   W 078° 45.092'
West Seneca,   New York   14227
United States    Near By Caches

Hidden On: 14 Jan 2007
Waypoint (Landmark): N024A0
Open Cache:  Personal use only
Cache type:  Unknown
Cache size:   Normal

Difficulty: gps gps (easy)
Terrain: gps gps gps (moderate)

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

Comments:

Maps are queued for generation.
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Another in the series intended to insure HuckleBuckle has "No Excuses" for not reaching the a golden benchmark prior to the Just For The Huck of It Event Cache. HB likes puzzle caches so here's one for him and the rest of you. Complete the word search and reveal the true final three digits of the North and West coords. The posted ones will only get you to the parking area.







Solving this puzzle and using the remaining unused letters wiil provide you with the correct final three digits for the North and West Coords. The cache is an ammo can with the usuual swag hidden in West Seneca's Lischer Park. Don't bother bringing you picnic basket here though as there are no park like facilities. Had we not spotted it while cruising on Google Earth we would have never known it to be a park to begin with. But then there it was an cacheless piece of municipal property in our range of operations. How could we not stuff an ammo can in here? The posted coords will serve as your parking coords but there are alternative access points. Expect to bushwhack your way through mud, standing water, brush and the remants of the October 13th 2006 storm if you attempt this cache. The good news is that it is a short hike and we simply rated the terrain one star for every hundred feet of bushwhacking you'll do. You should be able to spot the cache upon arrival at the zero. There are no posted hours at the site but both the cache and the parking area are near residences so I suggust keeping this one daylight only. Bring your boots!

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I found it! 11 Feb 2007 by  HuckleBuckle  (Finds: 77  Score: 273.5)    (Hidden: 67  Score: 223.5)
    Open Log:  Non-commercial use only

'Bout time I made it over to this cache.

Great work here, CC. I was talking to Szuchie on AIM this morning when he mentioned something about wanting to cache, I told him "ditto" and so we decided to pick a few in the West Seneca area to go after. This was our first stop.

We arrived at the parking coordinates and looked at what we had to bushwhack through. "Let's do this thing" I said to Szuchie and Chicky. We began to go through the brush and Szuchie noticed the abundance of deer pellets in the snow. We didn't happen to run into any man-eating deer while in the brush, but we did hear a nearby neighbor's dog alerting people to our presence.

When we arrived at GZ, Szuchie eye'd a potential hiding spot and Chicky confirmed his suspicions correct. Excellent hide.
I took the TB from the cache and will move it along soon. Afterwards we hit up a few more caches and then made an Andersons run. Thanks Cayuga for the cache and thanks to Szuchie and Chicky for some Sunday caching fun!

HB

I found it! 11 Feb 2007 by  Szuchie  (Finds: 146  Score: 577)    (Hidden: 5  Score: 26)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

(Whoa...FTL on Navicache....that's like....so....worth nothing. Hahahahahaha.) Here's the log!

Since HB's laid down the "plot line", I'll skip over that part and head right to the good stuff - the post caching ice-cream run to Andersons!
Haha, kidding, kidding!

This cache was our first of the day as Chicky and I decided to head north for a little geo-fun with our bud HB. As always, he was prepared with the completed puzzle for this cache, so once we picked him up at Bucklingham Palace, we were off!

After arriving at the parking area, we headed in trudging through a vast array of snow depths while dodging trees, brush, wet spots and a couple of deer bidets. Haha. Really though in the snow this was a fun walk. During our trek to the cache our little group enjoyed cracking jokes and being able to finally hit the trail after being cooped up as a result of the weather.

Once near the cache area we all headed towards a quality geo-spot, and when we arrived at our zero Chicky was the first to spot the prize. Since we were with the cache's namesake, we let Huck retrieve the cache and crack it open.

Although at the cache site there were no most excellent selections of paints and/or ceramic tiling, we didnít give up hope that we might run into CC roaming free in the woods far away from most geo-unfriendly indoor projects. Maybe next time!

All in all this was a perfect start to a fun day in West Seneca. Thanks CC for a great hide in a nice park, and for allowing us the opportunity to cache hunt with our good friend Hucklebuckle!

~Szuchie


 

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