Dee Eneff and the Holy Grail: The Final Quest
In Pennsylvania, United States
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(This is the final part of the Dee Eneff and The Holy Grail Quest...please read the other cache descriptions first. These coordinates will not take you to the grail.)
The room went quiet for a moment after the last cacher spoke.
“Nano, nano, …micro…ammo
Walk in shadows…walk in cammo…
Hide the Tupperware…walk the trail,
But always vigilant!...guard the Grail!”
The chant began again as Dee stood in the eerie candle lit room and nothing and noone could be seen...except for the large frog head that slowly illuminated the back of the chamber. The face was encrusted in emeralds, the eyes were of diamonds and blue topaz, and the head was crowned with what seemed to be a large yellow topaz. As the voice eminated from within, the jeweled idol seemed to glow...
"You've heard the tales of Chief Family Caching, Cambridge Canines, and PA Eaglenose." said the floating voice. "Find each of these caches and use your wit to determine the resting place of the grail...good luck and may the satellites beam their smiles upon your face and your compass point true. If you find the Grail, you may post pictures of it on Geocaching.com ("May God look after and protect the Holy Geocaching.com" whispered the hidden crowd). Be sure to mention that there is a spoiler picture in case future finders in the generations to come may not want to see this sacred relic yet." And with that, a sudden wind blew through the room plunging everything into darkness. In the next moment, the doors flung open and Dee knew it was time to leave. She finally had her grand adventure...so with a smile she turned, walked through the doors, and began her quest for the grail...The Immaculatus GeoScopus.
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:26:49 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:26 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum