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Number 3 requires the use of a 15-foot ladder. At least that is the safest size. We managed with a 12-foot ladder and one of our local cachers found it without using a ladder at all, or so we're told.
 
Number 3 requires the use of a 15-foot ladder. At least that is the safest size. We managed with a 12-foot ladder and one of our local cachers found it without using a ladder at all, or so we're told.
  
The Sandy Creek Cowboy's newest one, which has been talked about, but not activated yet, is apparently going to require a team of six Geocachers in order to log it. We are all wondering what it will be.
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The Sandy Creek Cowboys' newest one, which has been talked about, but not activated yet, is apparently going to require a team of six Geocachers in order to log it. We are all wondering what it will be.
  
  

Revision as of 19:59, 22 May 2005

The Sandy Creek Cowboy caches in San Diego County.

Among others.

Number 3 requires the use of a 15-foot ladder. At least that is the safest size. We managed with a 12-foot ladder and one of our local cachers found it without using a ladder at all, or so we're told.

The Sandy Creek Cowboys' newest one, which has been talked about, but not activated yet, is apparently going to require a team of six Geocachers in order to log it. We are all wondering what it will be.


Any cache by Binthair near Ottawa


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