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The Creepy Cool Part Of Quarry Hill That You Never Knew About

I noticed this during a walk at Quarry Hill over the weekend. Did you?

I’m not sure who put those figurines there. In fact, I assumed it was a geocache stop at first. However, anyone who “geocaches” knows that these figurines and toys would’ve been hidden if they were part of the treasure hunt. This time, they weren’t.

I found them out in the open, right along the trail. As soon as you cross that first bridge past the Nature Center, take a right and follow the path a half mile or so. You’ll see these creepy cool figurines and toys!

Whoever left them there made me smile for the day. So, thank you for that!

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