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Paige Edmiston on October 31, 2013, 2:02 am
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7 Souvenirs of August
You are…The Puzzler!
Using your brain is the name of the game. You enjoy creative geocache hides that put your mind to the test…and so you laugh in the face of D5 geocaches.
You’ll love this geocache: QuadLockLog (GC330KJ)
Your ultimate geocaching tools:
Quick Tip for the Brainy Geocaches: Absolutely stumped? Try viewing the page source on the geocache details page, or look for white text. You may just find the clues you need…
Do you have additional tips and tricks for your fellow Puzzlers? Tell us about them in the comments below. Don’t think this geocacher type fits you? Try taking the quiz again!
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I suppose this result should not be surprising given that I noticed the pattern by the third before
I had no doubt in the confirmation that I’m a puzzler. I own several puzzle caches…
Like Jim Carson, the pattern was quite obvious.
However, I do think that might actually attribute to the result for this particular crowd.
Says I am a Puzzler but I don’t do well solving puzzles. What I do do is create puzzles and puzzling containers. There needs to be a category for those who love to hide caches –like me (838 finds, 674 hides, and 12 hides awaiting publication).
This is not in some cases I have a hard time figuring out what the puzzie is let alone solve it.
Yep, this is me!
Yep this is me
Find another way to get solution for my cache (http://coord.info/GC4K30F). (There is only one way to solve it! [I think])
Find another way to get solution for my “A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words – I.” ( http://coord.info/GC4K30F ) cache. (There is only one way to solve it! [I think])
Which of these elements have you encountered and still geocached? (Choose all that apply)
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