The cache is located not terribly far off the Ellicott Creek trailway. A short description from wnyrin.com:
Ellicott Creek Bike Path is a town owned developed park in the Town of Amherst in Erie County, a 7.2 mile bike-way that starts on North Forest Road near the corner of Maple Road and goes to Ellicott Creek Park in the Town of Tonawanda, N.Y.
Park at N42 59.607 W078 45.618 (Mapquest 42.9934,-78.7603). The cache is a large (2 gallon) Rubbermaid container, and, you guessed it, contains a talking toilet.
The cache is huge, larger than a .50 cal box, so the Talking Toilet cache is extremely Travel Bug Friendly.
The talking toilet was a gift given to me by my dear Mother-in-law, which sat on a shelf unopened for I'm guessing over two years. But no more; Since I've decided I can hide it in the woods to let people find it, it's not my problem anymore.
THE TALKING TOILET IS EXTREMELY LOUD AND BOISTEROUS!! The screaming toilet may have been a more appropriate name. You may want to muffle the speaker, on the bottom.
Feel free to trade items for sacrifice to this pint-sized porcelain God, but the only original contents are the toilet itself, and a log book.
The talking toilet is also a functioning liquid soap dispenser, and is filled with Purell brand soap (no water required, just rub it in). It would be unwise to leave the area without remembering to wash your hands.