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Mystery Cache

Lynette's Lost Husband

A cache by pictom
Hidden : 12/1/2012
In Washington, United States
4 out of 5
3 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

This puzzle is not one in which you research Pictom's hiding history and find the cache based on that info.


To complete a year of pictom puzzles, I have created a holiday booklet puzzle cache!

To properly print this puzzle, you will need five sheets of paper and you'll print on both sides.

The page numbers in the PDF file will appear very odd . . . this is NOT part of the puzzle, it's simply a printing signature (a sheet printed with four or a multiple of four pages that when folded becomes a section of a book).

Once you print the entire file and stack the pages, you can then fold all five pages and if done properly, you'll have your very own pictom puzzle booklet . . . and all the pages will be in order!



Some tips on printing this file: You may print in color or black and white; Choose the option to flip on the short edge; The blank page is intentional for the booklet's inside covers.

I have taken this file to an office print shop and made numerous copies as I worked out each stage. The cost was ten cents per printed side of a page when printed in black and white. With tax that came to $1.11 (I have no clue why they charged the extra penny in tax).



The office print shop has a stapler that adjust and can staple five and a half inches deep. Once stapled at 5.5 inches, all five sheets were folded in half to create a booklet.

You are not required to staple the booklet together, I'm just letting you know your options. I also feel geocaching should be as free as can be so printing is only one option. You also have the option of not printing at all but using the on-screen PDF.


To begin, please download the PDF by clicking on the image to the left or by clicking HERE.


There are a few grammatical errors that do not work into the puzzle.



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Last Updated: on 9/29/2014 10:50:33 AM Pacific Daylight Time (5:50 PM GMT)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum