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CANINE QUEEN    97

Any suggestions for part of a series to do with 2 six year olds? Preferably walking. I looked at Brazos Bend and George Bush parks but I don't know enough about either.

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green-eyed    175

Herman Little Park has a great series that is very kid friendly - GC3M056 is one of them.  Plus it has good playgrounds.

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Dhaulaghiri    269

Skip George Bush! I don't know if you're local, but that can be a very tough place to cache, even for adults.

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TexasWriter    492

Herman Little Park has a great series that is very kid friendly - GC3M056 is one of them.  Plus it has good playgrounds.

 

I wholeheartedly agree about Herman Little Park.

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JustKeely    91

I think the Presidential Series at WG Jones would be fine for six year olds, especially if you parked close to the back of the trail system.  Also Burroughs Park might be a good option.  My kids always liked caching there with me.

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Dhaulaghiri    269

There is a Japanese Garden that is free. They would probably love to ride the train. 

 

That's not Hermann LITTLE Park you're talking about, that's Hermann Park near the Zoo!!

Confusing, I know, similar names but different parks & locations.

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TexasWriter    492

I think the Presidential Series at WG Jones would be fine for six year olds, especially if you parked close to the back of the trail system. Also Burroughs Park might be a good option. My kids always liked caching there with me.

Several of the caches in Burroughs now have maintenance issues from what I'm told. They were bordering on it when we were there.

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CANINE QUEEN    97

I probably should have added "in the Sugar Land_Richmond_Rosenburg area".

 

I also probably should have added..... "I'm baaaack!"  LOL!

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TexasWriter    492

I probably should have added "in the Sugar Land_Richmond_Rosenburg area".

 

I also probably should have added..... "I'm baaaack!"  LOL!

 

They might like the Haunting in Kitty Hollow caches because the woods are easy navigating and the caches are just inside the treeline (no cutesy animals, though). Or KD's Brooks Lake series.

 

It just hit me that some of the caches I did in northeast TX were yours. :)  

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CANINE QUEEN    97

 

I probably should have added "in the Sugar Land_Richmond_Rosenburg area".

 

I also probably should have added..... "I'm baaaack!"  LOL!

 

They might like the Haunting in Kitty Hollow caches because the woods are easy navigating and the caches are just inside the treeline (no cutesy animals, though). Or KD's Brooks Lake series.

 

It just hit me that some of the caches I did in northeast TX were yours. :)  

 

I do have a few up there!  Thanks for hunting them!

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rozowski5    56

 

I probably should have added "in the Sugar Land_Richmond_Rosenburg area".

 

I also probably should have added..... "I'm baaaack!"  LOL!

 

They might like the Haunting in Kitty Hollow caches because the woods are easy navigating and the caches are just inside the treeline (no cutesy animals, though). Or KD's Brooks Lake series.

 

It just hit me that some of the caches I did in northeast TX were yours. :)  

 

We are doing a kitty hollow event on Sunday at 1pm with our kids which are 5, 7 and 9.  Two six year olds would fit right in!

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CANINE QUEEN    97

 

 

I probably should have added "in the Sugar Land_Richmond_Rosenburg area".

 

I also probably should have added..... "I'm baaaack!"  LOL!

 

They might like the Haunting in Kitty Hollow caches because the woods are easy navigating and the caches are just inside the treeline (no cutesy animals, though). Or KD's Brooks Lake series.

 

It just hit me that some of the caches I did in northeast TX were yours. :)  

 

We are doing a kitty hollow event on Sunday at 1pm with our kids which are 5, 7 and 9.  Two six year olds would fit right in!

 

That would have been fun but I'm already committed to doing a MS150 training ride Sunday. Thanks for the thought!

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