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Ms. Bunny's New Home - OU0C3D
Multi-Waypoint Puzzle
Owner: Fledermaus
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Altitude: m. ASL.
 Region: United States > Washington
Cache type: Puzzle
Size: Small
Status: Ready for Search
Time required: 2:00 h    Distance to travel: 2.00 km
Date hidden: 2022-11-21
Date created: 2022-11-22
Date published: 2022-11-22
Last modification: 2022-11-22
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Available in Winter  Bring Your Own Pen  In the Woods 

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Description EN


Ms. Bunny's New Home!

H A P P Y   E A S T E R

Ms. Bunny.

M s. Bunny and her children have moved

from their old home to a new one in South

Kitsap. Rumor has it that her new home is

somewhere in the Coulter Creek Heritage

Park. Like her cousin, the well known

White Rabbit, she has dropped completel

out of site.

T he rumor she resides in the park has been confirmed and is not far from the

Lake Flora Road. If she is there, I'm sure

she has hidden herself away in a safe

place and far from the hungry beasts of

the woods. If you find her, please notify

Alice and the White Rabbit that she is

doing well.

M ore importantly, please cover your tracks, when leaving the area of her new home, so the resident foxes, bears and the other woodland

creatures do not find her and her family, if she still has one.



     Parking may be difficult along Sunnyslope and Lake
Flora roads. So, I suggest you park your car at one of the
park entry gates. And if any gate is open, Do Not Block It
or Drive Through It! Furthermore, Please Lock All Your
Valuables In Your Trunk!
01: E - N47° 28.485' @ W122° 43.911'
02: H - N47° 28.261' @ W122° 44.087'
03: G - N47° 28.264' @ W122° 43.985'
04: A - N47° 28.223' @ W122° 44.004'
05: D/I - N47° 28.052' @ W122° 44.030'
06: B - N47° 28.043' @ W122° 43.952'
07: F/J - N47° 28.011' @ W122° 43.956'
08: L - N47° 27.893' @ W122° 43.993'
09: K - N47° 27.935' @ W122° 44.122'
10: C - N47° 27.944' @ W122° 44.267'

   At each of the above waypoints, you will find a Metal
Tag on the backside of an Alder, Hemlock or Pine tree.
Each Tag has a Number on it, which is represented by a
Letter, as shown in the following example & coordinates.
~  ~  ~  EXAMPLE:  WP# 01  =  E  =  9  ~  ~  ~

F i n a l   C o o r d i n a t e s :

  Please be very careful, for there are many small bunny trails that may lead you astray. Also, I have heard that she sometimes visits some of the nearby geocaches. So, make sure you have information for them.

Wear Boots for the Crossing of a Stream!
This geocache is a very well hidden Small Lock-N-Lock Box,
and may be upgraded to an Ammo-Can in the future. If you take something, please leave something of equal or greater value.

Planning to buy a bunny for your child?
Then, please visit the following website:
Easter Bunny --- By: Mary Brandolino.


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