To claim this cache as a find, you must find it using the coordinates that are either posted in the description or in one of the notes. If you log it as a find otherwise, your log will be removed. If you log it as a find before the new coordinates are posted in a log or in the description, your log will be removed. If you found it with someone else, make sure you mention that in you log, otherwise I will assume you didn't find it at the posted coordinates. It can be hidden at an event, but if it is, the ONLY people that can log it as a find must find it at the posted coordinates and not in somebodies possession.
This part pertains to people that have found this geocache once before. You may find it again, but only after 2 other people have found and moved it, and only after the cache has been in it's last position for at least 7 days. If you like, you can find it before then, but you may not move it until after the 7 days is up.
|REMEMBER! Due to the type of cache it is, it MAY not be at the currently displayed location.
This cache is based upon the Wapehani Traveler GC175A and just like the Wander Indiana Micro Traveler GC67D8. Once you find it, you log your find and then move it to a new location, if you like.
Since this is a traveling cache, as soon as you find it, log your find on the cache page to let others that may be looking for this cache know that you have moved it. Then, once you move it to a new location, log a new "note" with the new co-ordinates and, if needed, an encrypted clue. You can either self-encrypt it or enclose the entire log within brackets [like this] except for the part that is to be encrypted. So, if you need a clue, check the last log for an encrypted clue.
This cache is in a Decon canister, so you will need your own pen or pencil to record your name(s), date, and the time you found the cache as well as the location in which you found the cache. A general area will suffice, i.e. for the first person it would be South Eastern Park in Bloomington, IN USA.
Due to the size of the cache, it can be hidden in very highly traveled locations without risk of being found, as long as it is very well hidden. Try to re-hide the cache very well so that it will not be accidentally found and to keep this cache a challenge. It will also provide another challenge for you to get the cache rehidden as well.
This cache was originally placed on June 30, 2002 in Bloomington, IN @ N 39° 08.962 W 086° 30.269, which is the exact same location that the "Little Known Park Finder 2" (GC9253) was placed on September 21, 2002.
If you are looking for a new place to put this cache, here is a list of States in which one or more of our traveling caches have visited: