TRY THIS CHALLENGING CACHE...IF YOU'RE GOOD ENOUGH!"
The cache is NOT located at the above coordinates, but the first step toward finding the cache is at the above coordinates!
You may be tempted to try to guess answers for a few of the questions without actually traveling to the locations. First of all, that is against the spirit of geocaching. Secondly, thats cheating (ok, so there is no such thing as cheating in geo-caching). Thirdly, the fun of geo-caching is wandering around to see all the sites and sounds of the area. So, resist the temptation to cheat, it ruins the fun and from the first few emails i've recieved, it may not work anyway! Good luck and happy caching!
EMAIL ME AND LET ME KNOW HOW YOU ARE DOING ON THIS CACHE. IS IT TOO HARD? TOO EASY? DID I MAKE A MISTAKE IN THE PUZZLE? IS IT TOO CONFUSING? JUST LET ME KNOW!
To view the instructions for this cache, visit the following webpage:
The document at the above webpage should be printed out (2 pages) before you set out for your day of geocaching!
Don't try to get bogged down with the entire puzzle all at once! Print out the above link and work through it one step at a time. It will be far less confusing that way!
Also, if you have an old printer (or your ink cartridge is running low), before you leave home to start this cache, make sure that you can tell which parts of the printout are BOLD underlines and which are not!
This cache will take atleast several hours and most likely several attempts. Most of the cache can be done 24/7, but a few parts can be done until only about 9pm or so. All of the parts of this cache are located on easy terrain. Some parts of the cache will require some general knowledge (you might have to do your homework), other parts should be fairly easy. The final part of the cache requires Word Jumble skills! Get out your Scrabble dictionaries! For a few of the steps in this cache, you will surely have to watch out for muggles! Heck, you might even have to ask them for help!