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Cache Rescue Mission CR1007
The cache Clausen Park has been archived. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to:
- Go to the coordinates listed for this cache
- Verify that the cache container no longer exists at this location.
- If the cache container does exist, take it with you and properly dispose of it. This includes any pieces of a damaged cache, and all intermediate waypoints of a multicache.
- Report on the action you have taken and get credit for your work by filing a mission report here and by posting a note on the geocaching.com cache page.
Watch out for possible bees or wasps. (a known problem with this cache in 2005).
|[Verified Complete] 11/27/2006 06:06 by Administrator
Thanks for completing this rescue mission Bob!
|[Completed Mission] 11/24/2006 19:24 by benny7210
Cache Verified As Being Removed: Yes
Was Cache Container Present: No, no pieces of the cache were found
Cache Rescue Mission #1007
Stopped today to pick this one up, and get rid of the container. We spent over 30 minutes with 2 people and two GPS receivers and could not find anything. All we were able to find was one large dormant hornets nest, but not the cache container. I believe this container is gone.
|[Note] 09/13/2006 23:51 by Administrator
I spent a good 35-40 minutes looking "Within" and found nothing. Nothing EXCEPT the bees. They're the little hornets that are tough to see. I'm glad I knew about them going in because I kept a watchful eye. The spot where they are is the middle of a large tree trunk about 2 ft in diameter laying N-S about 5 ft from the edge of the tree line. The cache may be there, but I wasn't about to stick my hand in that hole. To really confirm if this cache is gone will require someone that has found it before and owns a bee suit. I tried.
|[Note] 09/12/2006 16:29 by Administrator
I'll be in the area tomorrow and will take a look.
|[Approved] 09/05/2006 21:23 by Administrator
|[Submit] 09/05/2006 21:23