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WSE 5 - And the Road, Too? - OU03F4
Where the Sidewalk Ends 5
Owner: DudleyGrunt
N 39° 10.295' W 76° 45.519' N 39° 10' 17.70'' W 76° 45' 31.14'' N 39.17158°  W 76.75865° 
Altitude: m. ASL.
 Region: United States > Maryland
Cache type: Traditional
Size: Small
Status: Ready for Search
Date hidden: 2012-03-10
Date created: 2012-03-11
Date published: 2012-03-11
Last modification: 2012-03-12
2x Found
0x Not found
0 notes
watchers 0 watchers
21 visitors
2 x rated
Rated as: n/a
Cache attributes

Quick Cache  Kid Friendly  Big Rig Friendly  Bring Your Own Pen  In the Woods  Listed on OCNA Only 

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Description EN

Over the last few years, Howard County has been working to "improve" the appearance of the Route One corridor.  Part of their plan has included adding more sidewalks, but in some areas, it hasn't been practical for them to be continuous, resulting in sidewalks to nowhere.  Of course, now I tend to noticed other places where the sidewalk ends.

This has brought to mind Shel Silverstein’s poem, “Where the Sidewalk Ends”.  Of course, I’ve also thought that this might make for a good series of relatively easy caches. 

This is the fifth in the series.  sfcchaz published #3 and #4.

You can easily park near the end of the sidewalk.

Long before the publication of Shel Siverstein's poem, 20th Century Fox released a movie staring Dana Andres and Gene Tierney with the same name.  The 1950 film-noir / crime story revolved around Det. Sgt. Mark Dixon, who "wanted to be something his old man wasn't: a guy on the right side of the law. But Dixon's vicious nature will get the better of him."

Where the Sidewalk Ends

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