Lord of the Rings
In California, United States
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We should probably state right off that there will be no hobbits here to greet you nor dragons to slay. Instead, you will find a most magical place where I first met my girlfriend (now wife) years ago. Since then, we have assumed our identities as super-spies “Six” and “Blade,” destined to travel the world seeking out adventure wherever it may take us (see Mission Impossible travel bug #TBG95Y).
But this place will always remain our favorite destination. Aside from being a top secret spy training facility, the rings have become their own subculture among the locals (find us on Facebook), and those that are up to the challenge will find themselves instantly addicted to the closest thing to flying without wings.
A bit of history, this spot was the site of the original Muscle Beach, where gymnasts, stuntmen, circus folk, and stars came to play back in the 40’s. The tradition continues still, and you can occasionally see everything from hand balancing to juggling, bullwhips, swordfighting, rope walking and gymnastics. Sunday afternoons are usually the best.
Be advised the cache can only be retrieved on sunny days between the hours of 9-5pm (7:30pm in the summer), and remember the code words “The Geocache flies at midnight.” Our operatives at this location can also provide you with transportation should you feel the urge to scope out the rest of this historic area.
NOTE: Due to the disappearance of several trackables, it is not advised to leave trackables in this cache.
(No hints available.)
- Safe House Personnel(Warning - Spoiler!)
Yep, here's our undercover operatives standing by to separate the muggles from the cachers.
- Spyblade and Spysix Tandem RingsFor more information on the Santa Monica beach traveling rings, see www.swingaring.com
- SpySix & SpyBlade's Wedding RingsSpySix & SpyBlade getting married under the rings.
Last Updated: on 10/22/2014 7:35:03 AM Pacific Daylight Time (2:35 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum