In Maine, United States
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This one is NOT for the calorically challenged!
Have you ever clicked on your stats bar to look at the data it holds? I have. And I've been looking at yours too. People seem to get all caught up in the number of finds they hold but it's the stats that tell the tale. P&G's, guardrails in the malls, perhaps an ammo can 100' from the parking lot. Way too many 1/1.5 caches all add up to lazy numbers when they get crunched.
Don't worry. I'm going to help you get those numbers up.
Parking is behind the Hampden municipal building on 202, or the post office in the off hours. Head down the wide snowmobile trail to the river. Might as well pick up GCV549 while you are here if you have not done it yet.
Follow the trail another quarter mile and it will take you to the GZ. You do not have to rip anything apart to find this one. Look with your eyes only and you will find it. My GPS'r had me within 3' on multiple days. This cache may seperate the men from the boys with the advantage going to the boys. You should leave the very small children home for this one though.
After you log it please place it totally out of sight again. If it is not hidden well it won't last a day as this spot looks like it may draw muggles in the summer.
Please don't give anything away in your logs to spoil it for the next cacher. Have fun!
This cache is not for everyone. The cache owner cannot guarantee your safety and assumes no responsibility for your actions or natures actions here. If it makes you uneasy, move on. I would. You have been warned.
Lrf. Lrf V qvq.
Last Updated: on 5/15/2013 11:21:48 AM Pacific Daylight Time (6:21 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum