Pinball Wizard | Crazy Flipper Fingers
In Wisconsin, United States
How Geocaching Works
A new series to facilitate greater awareness for those of us who contend with various physical disabilities and still enjoy caching.
This cache should put a smile on your face, even if you can't see it. Reference point one will get you started on the cache. There you will find a large decoder to assist you in deciphering the second clue which is found by heading in the cardinal direction of:
[(left wink - right dimple) where 6 = S] at a distance of [(dimple x dimple)-(eye + eye) x 10] feet from the decoder.
FTF got a very special, unregistered, cache-related geocoin. If any of you know someone with a visual disability of any nature, please bring them along to assist in the find.
NOTE: The "Wheelchair Accessible" attribute is meant to draw attention to the nature of these caches, not to suggest an easily accessed cache. While the terrain is not difficult, these caches are NOT located on or next to paved surfaces.
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Last Updated: on 4/27/2013 4:43:48 PM Pacific Daylight Time (11:43 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum