Flags of Our Fathers | Neither First Nor Last
In Wisconsin, United States
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As I pondered putting out a couple more in this series for the combination Flag Day and Fathers Day weekend coming up, I began thinking about how popular a cache like this might be.
Turns out I am not the first to place a cache like this nor the last and they have popped up all over the country.
However, when I checked today (6.1.08) there were only 4 others in the States that came close to this series in a particular sense. As of today, 4.10.10 there are 6 "others" that fit the flag raising criteria.
If you can find those, determine where they are in the pictured flag rack (numbered L-R and using the last digit for double digits) and assign the letters A-F to the 6 digits you find. Plug them into this coordinate N44°14.CA(+1)B W88°25.F(+1)DE, and you will find the cache. The final cache is NOT located on private property.
UPDATE 6.29.08: Well, I certainly didn't take into consideration that a cache name would change, but I should know better as I modify mine all the time.
UPDATE 4.7.10: Worked out the new discoveries and updated the clue for this head-scratcher.
Pick the Right Ones?
Vg'f nyy va gur anzr...
Svany ybpngvba unf na vagreangvbany synibe naq znal syntf.
Flags of Our Fathers
Last Updated: on 3/13/2013 3:30:59 PM Pacific Daylight Time (10:30 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum