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(Finds: 10  Score: 29)    (Hidden: 3  Score: 9.5)

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Hidden on Difficulty Terrain Cache Name
04 Nov 2003
2.0
2.0
Vermilion Hills Too
20 Oct 2003
1.0
1.5
Pennsylvania History Markers
25 Nov 2003
1.5
1.5
Miles Of Mules - LOCATIONLESS CACHE

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I found it! 27 May 2004    Pennsylvania History Markers  ( Difficulty: 1    Terrain: 1.5 )

N 40 08.480 W 074 49.092 LEVITTOWN marker.

Levittown - This fully planned 6-home style residential community was conceived by William J Levitt. The first family moved in on June 23, 1952. When it was finished in 1957 it contained 17311 homes on 5750 acres, & was designed for a population of 70,000. It was a landmark of suburban housing in the US.

Marker is located on the Levittown Parkway, near the Rt 13 intersection (across the road from the Levittown/Tullytown Train Station)
[Modified 2004-05-30 23:20:20]

I found it! 06 Feb 2004    Christmas 1776  ( Difficulty: 1    Terrain: 1.5 )

First came across this cache in May of 2000, we had gone to Bowmans Tower & on the way back to the main Washington Crossing park location saw signs for this site. Pulled into the Thompson-Neely parking lot & from there were able to find it relatively easy, wish more people knew that this was there. It's worth the walk.

I found it! 22 Nov 2003    Pennsylvania History Markers  ( Difficulty: 1    Terrain: 1.5 )

Found a different Pennsylvania History Marker at corner of Main St & Bordentown Rd in Tullytown PA
N 40 08.560 W 074 48.670
3.5 mile marker to Pennsbury Manor. William Penns country home, built 1683-1700

I found it! 24 Oct 2003    I'll have what she's having!  ( Difficulty: 1    Terrain: 1.5 )

In NYC for a day trip to do some sightseeing. Never been to that part of NYC before so thought it was about time we checked the area out.
Went inside & saw the sign above "that table" & also ordered pastrami on rye.... it was good!!!

I found it! 20 Oct 2003    Lost in the Vermilion Hills  ( Difficulty: 2.5    Terrain: 2 )

Visited here after Pennsbury Woods & before Lake Caroline. Saw a car in the parking lot & thought someone else might be looking for the cache ... didn't see anyone else in the park though. Did see & hear the squirrels ;-) Trails are starting to be covered with leaves, wonder how hard it will be to see them in the next few months?
T measuring set, L fasteners
(copy of log at Geocaching.com)

I found it! 20 Oct 2003    Pennsbury Woods  ( Difficulty: 2    Terrain: 2 )

9:53 am. No bugs around, but it was muddy in some spots. Sticker bush wasn't a real problem -- I think as more people find the cache it's getting easier to get to it without being attacked ;-)
T film, L WG$

I found it! 20 Oct 2003    The Woods at Caroline's  ( Difficulty: 1.5    Terrain: 1.5 )

Went to locate stage 2 today, trail up wasn't as muddy as I thought it would be although there was still dew on the grass & it was already close to mid-day. Park was empty except for a man walking his dog as I was leaving.
T baseball cards, L fasteners

I found it! 15 Oct 2003    The Woods at Caroline's  ( Difficulty: 1.5    Terrain: 1.5 )

Quickly dropped by this cache while I was on my way to the nearby shopping center. Only visited stage 1, stage 2 will be done at a later time. T. state quarter L. key ring.

I found it! 12 Oct 2003    Skippy, what are you doing here?  ( Difficulty: 1    Terrain: 1 )

<vbg> Had read about this sculpture while still living in Oz, tried finding it during visits to Philly but didn't have much luck until one day we were driving through Philly & saw that a synagogue was having a flea mkt. Being the crazed book lovers we are ;-), we stopped..... & wouldn't you know it, there was the sculpture just sitting there in the laneway alongside the synagogue. 10/12/03 We were in Philly for a festival & to do some shopping in Chinatown so stopped by to try to find the sculpture again. Would love to know more about the sculpture.

I found it! 11 Oct 2003    Historic Fallsington Walking Tour  ( Difficulty: 1    Terrain: 1.5 )

We visited during the annual Fallsington Day celebration, very enjoyable day walking around. The reenactors added to the charm & enjoyment, they were also very informative on what life was like back then.
Favorite building the Log House.


 

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