FTFC #59 - Déjà vu
In Texas, United States
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THE CACHE IS NOT AT THE POSTED COORDINATES. THERE IS NO REASON TO GO THERE!
You win the trophy by being the first to find the cache holding the trophy. Once you find the cache and win the trophy, you have 30 days to proudly display the trophy on your desk, kitchen window sill, or fireplace mantel. On the 30th day (or sooner) after your find, you must hide the trophy in a NEW cache named FTFC#__. Put the next sequential number in the ____. Once the FTF trophy has been found, the caches will remain for other geocachers to visit the site of a once great championship find! Please remember to log the TB as it’s log will be the official list of Championship First Finders. You may win the championship as many times as you like. This Championship series will also generate a new cache each time it’s held. So if your not willing to build a new stadium for the next championship hunt, don’t win the trophy.
NOTE: IT IS COMPLETELY OPTIONAL TO TAKE THE TROPHY AND TO CREATE A NEW CACHE. YOU MAY FIND THE CACHE AT ANYTIME WITHOUT BEING REQUIRED TO TAKE THE TROPHY AND CREATE A NEW CACHE. JUST LOG THE CACHE AS YOU NORMALLY WOULD AND LEAVE THE TROPHY IN THE CACHE.
Déjà vu is the experience of feeling sure that one has witnessed or experienced a new situation previously (an individual feels as though an event has already happened or has happened in the near past). The term was coined by a French psychic researcher, Émile Boirac. The experience of déjà vu is usually accompanied by a compelling sense of familiarity, and also a sense of "eeriness," "strangeness," or "weirdness," The "previous" experience is most frequently attributed to real life, although in some cases there is a firm sense that the experience "genuinely happened" in the past.
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