Pace Yourself, With A Little Class!
In Wisconsin, United States
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This one begins a short distance from the point where Pace Yourself, Again! ends. You can easily continue the series if you are doing them back to back. You will still need to solve N44°AB.CDE W88°FG.HIJ to determine the coordinates for the final.
I had a smashing idea for a new cache in this series, but just couldn't get around some of the finer points in the guidelines. So I decided to hang the series for a while.
Having invested so much time into it and turning it over in my head a while, I decided to squeeze one more into the series even though I'm running tight on space - just to keep them trickling in before it's all over. At the starting point, look for the assister you need to pace yourself as you move toward the final.
To get to the starting point, proceed one block north of Pace Yourself, Again, (where you stopped counting). At the NW corner of the intersection, find the assister and start traveling at a leisurely pace East. Use the assistor once and you will come to a Plaque, RP1. Use it again and you will come to a Convergence, RP2. To the south, where kids are always playing, is RP3. From RP3, use the assistor once and you will pass through it. Use it once more, (only half-way through turn East again), and you will come to RP4.
Now, use the answers to the following clues to determine the final location:
RP1: The working class family of this little man moved away from the valley in 18IG.
RP2: This classy addition, little now compared to what it will someday be, was dedicated on November 20th, F00J.
RP3: This little clique of classmates has been around since 199C.
RP4: This little class was first chartered on January AB, 184J, with classes starting in 184H and the first class graduating in 18DE.
UPDATE: 10.9.08 Cache listing modified to reflect new final placement.
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 6/23/2015 5:00:26 AM Pacific Daylight Time (12:00 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum