Cacheball at Hoover Park
In Wisconsin, United States
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To find the cache you must start at home base and follow the distance and direction in which the ball traveled.
40' @ 230°
The 3 Cacheball caches each hold 1 piece of info needed to play the Cacheball World Series (GC2KRZW) look on the lid to find either the Park, Distance or Direction once you get all three you will be able to try and win the game of Cacheball.
All Cacheball caches are placed around public park baseball diamonds, please observe all park rules and abort if anybody else is using the field.
Saturday summers, when I was a kid
We'd run from the schoolyard and here's what we did
We'd pull out the garmins and we'd pick out a place
It was always about the big caching race
Cuz the fastest, the strongest, found nanos and fives
And that newbie couldn't see the 35
I never needed to ask, it was mine,
I just took up my place last to sign.
Cacheball, it's easy, you know.
You can be awkward and you can be slow
That's why I'm playin Cacheball
And watching the dandelions grow
Geo-caching is never lonely around here
Always a muggle looking at you weird.
I'm doing the bee dance, im going each way
I just want a first to find this I would pray
That I'd make a fantastic cache on the run
And get there before everyone
And pull out a clean sheet for me it was mine
And get to sign my first to find.
Playing Cacheball, it's important you know.
You gotta know how to find them, you gotta know where to go
That's why I'm playing Cacheball, enjoying the dandelions grow!
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Last Updated: on 4/28/2014 6:32:06 AM Pacific Daylight Time (1:32 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum