New geocache spot?

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  1. Bushcraftgeek

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    I was out geocaching the other day and ran upon this tree I just figured I'd show it as a nice spot for me to store a new geocache later on. Didn't get a picture of the front side but it has even more open roots.
     
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    Thats a nice spot... is it near a trail?
     
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    Easy access??
     
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    Ya it's actually in a local park I figured it'd be good for children since I know alot of the people that geocache around here actually visit this park. It's just about 10-15 feet off the trail. In spring there is bushes that sorta hide it from direct view but they don't block the way

    Yep it's beside a trail it's on a small hill but it's not too steep or anything.
     
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    Great place for an ammo can!
     
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    Ammo can would be great for that spot. I don't have one at the moment though I planned on getting a couple but trying to find decent price besides having to buy all the ammo with it.
     
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    Nice spot! The deeper in the woods the better.
     
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    Looks like a great spot to me!
     
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    Looks like a great spot. you could name it the star wars cache or something. To me it looks like the tree with the hole that Luke went in while training with Yoda ...

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    Nice idea and good spot! I have wanted to put a cache on a trail we frequently hike. There are some caches in the park, but none on the trails. Seems very odd to me. But maybe no one wants to hike that far back around here. I really should look into that.....
     
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    Nice spot..When i see this spot i ts amazing for me that splendid spot i call to my mother and watch these spot they also in trouble..Very old tree that is..Roots is capture he huge area...

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