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Standing Bear Point (GC3TT7X)

While out in the Standing Bear Lake Park area on Tuesday I stopped to grab a cache at the corner of 140th and Fort Sts. which is 2 blocks from the park entrance. 329 more words

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Standing Bear Cache (GCGHJB)

Whew! It’s good to get out and do some geocaching! The end of the work week and the week end were just crammed with activity. Yesterday was chilly with snow on the ground. 432 more words

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Watch Out for the Big Red Bug (GC40Y3R)

On a beautiful, sunny, warm (81 degrees), and windy Wednesday, April 9, Molly and I visited Prairie View Lake in Bennington, part of the Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District. 562 more words

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The "Tree"mendous Cache

Yesterday, Molly and I went to the Bennington area to grab some caches. My app indicated that “Chatty Cathy #6″ (GC2EA29) was a fun location, and so, after visiting Prairie View Lake for a walk and grab, we headed over to the Town of Bennington. 430 more words

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The Infamous Chewing Gum Cache

Early on (February) in my geocaching hobby I checked out the various kinds of cache containers you could purchase from geocaching.com (as well as other suppliers). 588 more words

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First Light Pole Cache (LPC)

The very first day that I began caching I visited the Blair (NE) Memorial (GC3ET9J) for what seemed to be an easy grab. The description said that I was to look for a “magnetic micro with just a log sheet,” and the hint said “Maybe this will shed some light on the subject.” I had visited the… 499 more words

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Cemetery Caches 3 - Prairie View Cemetery (GC4QJYH)

On Monday, I completed my tour of cemetery caches in Washington County by visiting Prairie View Cemetery. The cemetery is located on a dirt road off Route 31 (204th St.) running between US 30 and Elkhorn. 353 more words

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