Geo-Idols III- Hack1of 2
In Wisconsin, United States
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Brown Deer Park
Make sure you bring something to record imformation from each cache in order to find the Mystery Idol.
You will need to record a letter and a number and its position from each of the 14 hides.
The first 10 cache teams to complete ALL the caches in Season 1, 2 and 3 including the Mystery Idol, will be awarded the 10 Geo-Idol caches next year in Season 4,which will be the Final Season
Hack 1 of 2 is one of 14 teams being featured in season 3, being one of the first 14 teams without an Idol cache to complete season 2
Hack 1 of 2 burst unto the caching scene in June of 2010 and have made a big impact in that short time.
Not only have they compiled over 2000 finds, but they may have taken twice that many pictures!
Many of us have gotten to know John and Kim and we count them as great friends.
Their names are at the top of the list on most new caches that publish
They also just recently completed over 365 straight days with a find!
As far as the name Hack 1 of 2, I guess its up to us to decide what that might mean.
The word Hack can refer to a computer hack, a bad golfer or a bad anything for that matter.
All I know is that when it comes to Geo-caching or picture taking, they certainly are no hacks!
So what do I have in store for you with their cache?
All I can say is, if you DNF it the first time, don't worry, in Geo-caching there is always a "mulligan"
This cache has been approved by Brian Russart of The Milwaukee County Park System
PLEASE NOTE: Some of the caches is this series are close to the golf course and the disc golf course.
If disc golfers or golfers are present, please wait until they are out of the area you are entering...thanx!
Brown Deer Park is open from sunrise until 10PM...DO NOT ENTER THE PARK AFTER 10PM
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 10/13/2014 1:19:11 PM Pacific Daylight Time (8:19 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum