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This is a change of pace with the area's first Podcache! This is a hybrid in that you can use the GPS coordinates in the tradional way or download the audio or text file and find the cache without a GPS receiver. This is a quick find anytime of day, any day of the year.
Got your GPS? Forgot your GPS? No problem! Welcome to the area's first Podcache! A podcache is like a traditional cache except spoken instructions for locating the cache are provided in a downloadable audio file. You can transfer this file to your MP3 player or iPod to take with you on the hunt. Or, you can burn it to a CD, listen to it on your computer, or download the text version to take along. The GPS coordinates are provided for those who want to skip the audio or text and go directly to the cache. You can use a combination of the two or three for the most precise find. Please bring a pencil or pen with you to sign the log. Have fun and let us know how you like it!
A required disclaimer we are all familiar with: "Downloading files from the internet is not always safe and you download the file(s) at your own risk."
Here's the sound file: (visit link)
And here's the printed version: (visit link)
P.S. Thanks to Parabola for the cache container, a gift for our 500th find.
P.S.S. And thanks again to Parabola for adopting this cache as his own when we retired from the sport. Timber&Bear
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Last Updated: on 12/1/2013 3:48:18 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:48 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum