THE CACHE IS NOT AT THE ABOVE COORDINATES!
George Bush Park is a wonderful place for geocaching. Although many start out fearing the unknown, once you spend a few days hiking along the trails you realize that although you must always be watchful of snakes and critters, it is actually not as scary as people may assume. Over the past several months there has been a dramatic increase in the number of caches located within the park boundaries.
FamilieRyan decided that he would start a Puzzle cache series for "GeoCachers Who Love George Bush Park" or "GCWLGBP" for short. He encouraged other folks to add to the series, so here is another contribution using the same general puzzle format.
The Night Time Ninjas (NtN) have invaded George Bush Park and wherever they go, they drop caches.
Cachers have asked "How can I become a Night Time Ninja"? Many are called, few answer.
The requirements to join the group have evolved over time. At one point, chasing a cache (and scoring an FTF) at night with an existing NtNinja was enough to join the group. Some have shown their meddle by extraordinary efforts (some of which involve a moment of contemplation as to the sanity of their efforts).
As in this FTF...The Project
Or this FTF...OpticalIllusion
Or this FTF...House Series - Belushi House
To be a Night Time Ninja, one must prove themselves to the NtN cadre of Ninjas. This proof is subjective and never the same from one Ninja to the next.
The Ninjas have placed this series of caches in order to give supplicants the chance to prove themselves. Things that would look favorable to making your case are finds at night or during extreme weather (almost anyone can get these when the sun is shining).
The Ninjas congregate online here:Night Time Ninjas on Facebook. Anyone can join, but to be awarded your NtN
number you must make your case to the group. Come join us, and make your case!
There was a recent meeting of the GCWLGBP club where the members were debating their favorite caches and the following dialogue took place:
Bografan: "I've always been a fan of Muddy Buddies puzzles! One of my favorites was GC2649Q."
FamilieRyan: "I was glad to see BigBender put out another GCWLGBP puzzle. My vote is for GC2MN0J."
Capra Hircus: "I recently completed HoustonControl's Pick6 challenge in BNC Park in Baytown! It doesn't get any better than GC219QQ."
Miller Clan III: "No way! GrangerFam's Steven Fosset puzzle was fantastic. The best is GC1HJ16!"
Cachin' Shark: "I enjoyed solving Texas Champion's Order of Operations puzzle. GC2KK1M was a blast to solve and find!"
The Pieman: "That one took me 314 minutes to solve!! One of my favorites is GC1HEHC, Primarily Sphenical, by Criffree."
Criffree: "I would have to agree with that statement! That cache is great! Another one of my favorites is GC2DHQ4, Pasta ala davarle!"
FamilieRyan: "These are all good caches we've mentioned! Miller, what do you think of the new Night Time Ninja Aptitude caches? My favorite is #007, GC2NNC2, by 007Betz!"
Miller Clan III: "That was too hard for me to get to! I was afraid of falling in! I like the easier ones, like GC2J7ZB, that you put out!"
Capra Hircus: "I still think the Pick6 challenge is the best. But, I did enjoy GC2JHXA by michaelcarrie. Gotta love the huge containers!!"
Rocky4: "Zero! That is our favorite one of the series! Geogeex was so creative when he placed GC2NEF6!"
Miller Clan III: "Indeed! What about some other areas around Houston? Like GCG2WR, MEN in BLUE virtual cache, that ParkerPlus put out! That one deserves an award too!"
Lgne: "How could you forget about the cache I put out in Fulshear, GC1RN6R, Just a Walk in the Park? Even though I placed it, it's one of my favorites!"
Criffree: "Do you remember EZ1000 - Night Time Ninja, that we put out together, dedicated to easygroomer?!? My favorite night time cache is GC1WMTQ!"
From the conversation above, can you figure out the location of the cache?
Good luck and have fun!
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