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A uniquely interesting diversion. I couldn't believe it when I saw it. Very easy - a drive-by.
I was driving along 18th street one day, only a few miles from home, when I saw something that I couldn't believe was real. Had to go around the block and stop and look at it to convince myself that it was real. Although I don't make it over to CF all that often, it was still hard to believe that I hadn't noticed it before.
The object is in a front yard, a couple feet off the sidewalk.
Question: How many legs touch the ground? (The answer should be obvious.) Post your log, then e-mail me the answer.
PLEASE NOTE THE GC.COM RULE THAT THE PHYSICAL SITE OF A VIRTUAL CACHE MUST BE VISITED IN ORDER TO LOG THE FIND. I had to delete 11 logs from people who almost certainly did not visit the physical site. I will continue to check each log to verify that the finder appears to have visited the physical site, and if it is highly likely that you did not, your log will be deleted, even if you answer the question correctly. In order to have a fair playing field, everybody in the game needs to follow the same rules.
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Last Updated: on 6/19/2013 3:48:28 PM Pacific Daylight Time (10:48 PM GMT)
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