Borky's Poker Run #1 - The muck!
In Iowa, United States
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2/2/15 Update: This is a traditional cache the final puzzle has been archived. This cache is still in place, it can be found and logged.
This is a small cache down a B maintenance road. Caution if you choose to drive on it! There is no need to enter any private property.
I once got our Jeep stuck in the mud here, well actually it smelled worse so my daughter called it muck!
This is one of the five Borky's Porker challenge series.
If you choose to play my 5 hand poker series, simply put your name in the next empty slot in the log sheet you find at the cache.
Then return back to the geocache web page with the log number next to your name to see what your playing card is for this cache.
You do not need to find all 5 caches and play my poker game to sign the log.
If you visit all five caches and still do not have a winning hand that is a pair of Jacks or better, you may come back and visit any of the caches to get another card.
You can only visit the same cache once a day, but write your name in the log as many times as you need to get a winning hand.
To get credit for your poker hand and request the coordinates for the final cache you need to email me with the cache name (number) and the log sheet number (which equates to a playing card) for each of the five porker series caches.
You MUST visit all 5 of the caches to get credit for a winning hand but not have to use a card from all 5 caches.
After you have visited this cache use the chart below to determine your playing card.
Borky’s Poker run #1 – The muck! - GC2F6Q8
Borky’s Poker run #2 – Another Trail - GC2G7RB
Borky’s Poker run #3 – Another Pole - GC2G7RP
Borky’s Poker run #4 – Down by the farm -GC2G7RR
Borky’s Poker run #5 – Dead End - GC2G7RV
Borky’s Poker run - Final – GC2F6PB
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Last Updated: on 2/2/2015 5:30:00 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (1:30 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum