B12: I Love It When A Plan Comes Together!
In British Columbia, Canada
How Geocaching Works
The cache is not at the posted coordinates.
PLEASE DO NOT POST ANY PHOTOS FROM THE FINAL LOCATION! I know the view is spectacular, but photos would give away the location. Any spoiler photos will be removed.
To find this cache, you're going to need a special tool. If you drove to the cache, you've most likely got the right tool already. If you didn't drive, or your vehicle isn't equipped with the tool, you'll need to bring something with you that will allow you to listen to FM frequencies between 88 and 108 MHz.
You'll need to park anywhere within about 150 feet of the posted coordinates. Once there, you'll need to start "seeking" for a suspicious transmission. If you ever watched my namesake show, you should easily recognize the transmission. Once you find it, the transmission will tell you what to do to find the cache. Don't bother trying to find the transmitter, you don't have access to its location. The transmission will repeat every few minutes, so don't worry if you join it already in progress. If you can't locate the transmission, try moving slightly and trying again, because there are a few small obstructions that can interfere with the transmission. You might want to bring a piece of paper so you can write down the information as it's presented to you, or you can just wait for it to repeat. 2 scratch-and-wins for FTF.
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Last Updated: on 5/3/2013 7:49:37 PM Pacific Daylight Time (2:49 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum