Pain in the Cache - Reception (P. I. T. C. R.)
In Wisconsin, United States
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Pain in The Cache - Reception
As many experienced cachers know, there are certain factors that make finding a cache difficult. This series of caches is placed to explore these barriers and put cachers through their paces dealing with them.
This cache is called Reception. It takes you through a portion of Kettle Morraine State Forest - Southern Unit, near a segment of the Ice Age Trail. This cache is a multi-cache with multiple camoflaged vials hidden with coordinates, each leading to the next hide, each placed in locations that can have bad satellite reception.
Note: A special code is added in each individual cache to find a final cache that will be tied in with all the other caches. Keep track of these codes to locate the final cache.
ANOTHER Note: Kettle Morraine is full of nasty thorns, brambles, insects and ticks. Survey your route and don't bushwhack unless you have to. Not only will you save your skin, you will have less impact on nature!
See if you have what it takes to beat the P.I.T.C.! Good Luck!
Visit the other P.I.T.C. caches:
Pain in the Cache - Elevation
Pain in the Cache - Navigation
Pain in the Cache - Multiplication
and the final:
Pain in the Cache - The Resolution
[waypoint one:] Xarr uvtu
[waypoint two:] Rlr yriry sbe 6'4"
[waypoint three:] ynlqbja fcyvg
Last Updated: on 11/8/2012 3:54:15 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:54 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum