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Tired of being in the field, about to earn your smiley, and need something you just don't have? Get stuck with a thorn you just can't get out? How many times have you been to a GZ and find the cache just out of your reach? Then, after doing some unsafe acrobatics, you get it, only to realize you don't have a pen?
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|First aid kit with Band Aids
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About this cache:
This cache is rated 5* difficult due to the number of stops and the amount of tools you *might* need. It's rated a 2.5* terrain only because some will consider it long if you walk it all. You don't have to walk it all. If you do, it's under 2 miles one way, a bit shorter coming back. But if you have to walk over, say, .3 to the next waypoint, you could safely shuttle your car to a logical spot closer and save the walking.
Update: 10/23/2011: There is now a nice sidewalk that goes much of the way after the first few stages.
Including the starting location, there are 11 stops you'll make before getting to the final. Each stage has the coordinates to the next stage. There is only one piece of information you'll need that your tools alone won't reveal to you, and that is: Orange=1, Black=2, Green=3, Yellow=4, Purple=5, Pink=6, Blue=7, Brown=8, Red=9,Grey=0. This will work at any stage that is relevant.
If you have all the right tools then the stages will be not be very difficult. Getting to GZ of the stages is not intended to be difficult. In wooded areas, they are not deep in the woods but on the very edge (and NOT on the side facing the road). That said, getting the answers from any of the stages will depend on the tools you happen to have in your geocaching pack . While I am sure there are some people with super human capabilities, most people will need some sort of tool at most, if not all, of the stages.
Although I'm sure it's possible, do not expect to do this in one run, unless you have already received your Ultimate Geocaching Pack. It may take more than one trip. Or two. Just sayin'.
All parts involve a relatively easy walk. The terrain is not meant to be difficult. But the stages can be challenging -- some more than others -- and meant to bring you through a broad spectrum of techniques. You won't need all of the items in the Ultimate Geocaching Pack, but the more you have, the better the odds of completing successive stages without accelerating through the 'Phases of Cache Hunting'.
Parking: I recommend parking right at the barricade near GZ for the first few stages. There are places to move your car, if you choose, but cache can be walked in its entirety.
There is a nice, large unactivated geocoin for FTF, and a large container filled with, well -- yeah, tools!
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Congrats to Rich & Lola for FTF!
Please re-hide all stages as you found them, or better, to keep the fun intact for future cachers!
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A special thank-you to Kirbydox, Ian0, and Betty Draper for testing the cache and providing ideas and suggestions, and to Ian0 for building the coolest stage of the cache. You'll know it when you see it... your eyes will will light up from the coolness factor.
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Last Updated: on 11/8/2013 8:31:00 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (4:31 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum