South Jersey “easyfind #2”

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This geocache is now archived.

Very easy to find. Walking distance about 300 feet.

The container is a plastic 2-quart screw on lid jar

See attached photo for cache contents.

If you happen to have a silica gell container please place it in the cache to help keep out the moisture.

Thank you.

Hints:
Vs lbh pna’g svaq gur pnpur znxr fher lbh unir svfuvat trne jvgu lbh naq rawbl gur qnl naljnl. Tbbq Yhpx rvgure jnl.

I didn’t hide this cache, but rather adopted it. Interestingly, this was the first cache hunt we ever went on. It was not our first find. 🙁 We couldn’t find the correct road through the industrial park. We eventually did later and crossed the active trestle bridge to find the cache.

It wasn’t until I hid Menantico that I realized the “proper” approach was through Menantico Ponds. D’oh!

I always loathed abandoned caches. This was one such one. Because of the connection to my history, I was willing to adopt it. There was nothing special about the cache: just a big plastic container. It was hidden under the concrete bunker thingy there by the railroad tracks.

The date here reflects when I adopted the cache.

Also blogged on this date . . .

One thought on “South Jersey “easyfind #2””

  1. At the time of the adoption, I was very much into the history of South Jersey geocaching. This cache was the oldest active cache in Cumberland County, which also helped with the reason why I wanted to adopt it.

    There was no great loss to the geocaching community by archiving this one.

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