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This cache is meant to be challenging and fun. The idea was to go with a friend, use a little team work and get the cache out. I didn't expect people would intentionally break it to get the cache out...but that's what's happening. Some how the staps keep getting broken...it's what holds the cache together. Fortunatley for me, I have heard from some cachers that have fixed it twice now. Today I went and fixed it again.
Please respect geocaches people place. This is meant to be fun for everyone. It's not fun for the person that comes apon a broken cache
I created this to be a "team work" type of cache. That being said, even with team work, it will prove to be a bit of a bugger. This cache is not a hard cache to find, but it may prove to be hard to get out. If done PERFECTLY you will need 2 1/2 cups of water.....my guess is that you will 2 1/2 gallons. There are other ways to accomplish your goal...and one person could do it, but you will need other tools in your bag. Some possible tools you may choose to use include, but are not limited to the use of.....a spoon, a jug of water, more water, a stick, sticky tack, a VERY strong magnet, chop sticks, string, tape, a friend, TNT (joking about the TNT)...ect. some of these may help...some may not.
I look forward to hearing what combination of tools you chose to use!
Please return the cache as found (right side up)so it works for others that come to find it.
A great opportunity for CITO!
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Last Updated: on 11/21/2013 12:14:32 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (8:14 PM GMT)
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