Once in a Blue Moon
In Wisconsin, United States
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Its not that often I put out a traditional cache, especially for no reason, you could say its a "once in a blue moon" occasion. So as your out finding this cache (and other ones) make sure to keep an eye out for those once in a blue moon moments and make sure to pay attention because they will be gone before you know it and its not like they will happen again any time soon.
The definition of a Blue Moon has changed over the years. However, the commonly accepted definition of a Blue Moon is simple: it is a full moon that rises twice in one month. Due to our calendar days, sometimes the days of the month are less than the cycle of the moon (29.5 days) This can cause the moon to rise twice in one month, near the first and the last days of the same month. It is said that blue moons happen every 33 months or about every 3 years. This relatively rare occurrence has spawned the saying "once in a blue moon".
Last Blue Moon occurred 12/31/09
and the next one won't be until 7/31/15
After finding it go and enjoy some Blue Moon ice cream, or maybe even a Blue Moon Ale. Any way you have it, just make sure to grab on to those Blue Moon Moments in life, bring friends and take pictures, smile, and don't forget to look UP.
FTF can be claimed by Everyone finding this cache on Any Blue Moon
Congrats to these FTF Blue Mooners:
Sparse Grey Hackle
ps: you want a real hint, put away your GPS and use google maps, then go to street view use the pic where the electrical pole is right in front of you, the dot will show you where to stand to find the cache.
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Last Updated: on 5/20/2013 10:57:55 AM Pacific Daylight Time (5:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum