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I’ve always wanted to be a WebCam cache. Sadly, I’m not old enough so I became a hybrid. I'm part WebCam as well as a two-part multi-cache. You may log it either way--or both.
You will find Part One at the above coordinate. Here are a series of memorial bricks. The numbers on some of these bricks will be used to find the final location coordinates.
1. The date on the brick of Jerry A Mantonya becomes A, B, C and D.
2. The date on the brick of Connie Matz becomes E, F, G and H.
3. The date on the brick of H. H. Lynn becomes J, K, M and N.
Now you know enough to find the final, which is located at: N41° 3 (J) . (B-H) (2×M) (C-H), W90° 3 (N) . (M+D) (F) (H).
Note: Whether or not you realized it, all the time you were gathering these numbers, you were being watched on a Palmer College of Chiropractic WebCam. There are many WebCams in the Quad City area. This Palmer WebCam may be the best for capturing your geocaching adventures. You can look through the camera’s eye at: (visit link) This WebCam refreshes every minute.
For additional amusement, I attached my WebCam picture (taken at the location) and I attached instructions for capturing your image. (Enlarge them to make them readable.) If you have a cell phone and a helper, you too can be immortalized in this manner. Please post your picture so the rest of us can see you in geo-action. Wear your best smile and get extra credit.
Credit for the bringing the WebCam to my attention goes to Dr. Nick DC, a Palmer graduate in Nebraska.
Now! Its on to the final, which is located at a small park that is sure to a new location for you. When you find the cache please, oh please, try to put it back exactly as you found it.
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Last Updated: on 4/7/2014 7:48:38 PM Pacific Daylight Time (2:48 AM GMT)
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