Pace Yourself, Again!
In Wisconsin, United States
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Even though I've completed my 600-step recovery program, I find myself falling into old caching habits again, as I am sure area cachers have noticed of late. I have to keep reminding myself not to get too crazy and what better way to do that than to take a little stroll? So I did and then thought to myself, "Self, the first one of these was so enjoyable, why not put out another and make it a pair?" So I did, another one to keep the puzzle caches coming out slow but steady, just like I used to.
I was amazed the first time I went shopping in the Twin Cities in the middle of winter and navigated that incredible maze of inter-connectivity. In fact, after a few hours I remember feeling a little blue, with the lack of natural light. This is but a mere hint of what that experience was like.
If you are continuing this cache from the point where Pace Yourself, Man! ends, you are in the right starting spot. This cache has the same goal as the first – to get from the starting point to the finish point, without going outside and with as few paces as possible. (Going outside does not include being under structural cover).
From where you are now, go out and eastward. Go one block as directly as you can. DO NOT ENTER (but DO where taxpayers do). Once in, [start counting] go until turn, but don't. Go to 3 without stepping. Go out and east, not WEST, until railed. Nice view. Continue east, not WEST I said!, until railed again. Go down 1 without stepping. What, WEST again? you're not listening. Continue in an easterly direction until you come to The River, a short distance from the waterfall. Take a moment to soak it all in. Continue east. Hey, EAST, finally you're listening! Now follow the river's edge until is ends. Continue north until directed otherwise. Go east again and through the door. No Cares, no worries, you're on the home stretch! Go through doors, slightly up and out. Then in again right away and down to 2. Now out and north until the step down. Go down one and out. Now look east and you will see the something fowl. [stop counting] Continue east until you meet more fowl stuff that you can reach.
Remember to include your pace count in your found log.
NOTE: You may not may able to complete this cache if you attempt after normal business hours although most of the doors you need to pass through are open 24/7.
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Last Updated: on 5/4/2013 3:05:48 PM Pacific Daylight Time (10:05 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum