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Pilsner Urquell

Located in: Muskoka
Location #15090
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Location Owner:timo explorer
Creation Date: 12/9/2017
Last Updated: 12/9/2017



Description
An abandoned cabin in the woods, just off the road. Found during a geocaching/exploring day along the backroads of Muskoka. There is a geocache right here at the cabin, so who could resist.
Not much to see, the place is empty and has few redeeming qualities other than the picturesque setting and the obvious signs of weathering and gravity. Some abandoned beer cans and trash, not much else.
Neighbours across the road, didn't bother me at all. Easy to find if you are in the area


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Status: Abandoned
Category: House or Farm



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    Drink at the Cottage
    Pilsner Urquell
    Created on:12/9/2017
    Created by: timo explorer
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    On 12/9/2017 10:51:00 PM user timo explorer rotated photos : P1120402.JPG / P1120403.JPG /
    On 12/9/2017 10:50:25 PM user timo explorer uploaded photos : P1120395.JPG / P1120396.JPG / P1120397.JPG / P1120398.JPG / P1120399.JPG / P1120400.JPG / P1120401.JPG / P1120402.JPG / P1120403.JPG / P1120404.JPG / to SID: 1292017192936
    On 12/9/2017 10:29:47 PM user timo explorer created gallery : Drink at the Cottage
    On 12/9/2017 10:29:24 PM user timo explorer changed the following: hazards,description