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WARNING! THIS CACHE IS ON A CABOOSE! I have had so much trouble with cabooses in my caching career that I have decided to make one people can actually find in under a half hour.
This is one of 16 caches...- you know the drill. I've hit my short description character limit so here's an abbreviated version. :-)
Wake County is one of the nation's fastest growing counties, and in turn, is one of the most rapidly developing caching areas in the nation. With over 650 caches within 10 miles of the Capitol Building, I sometimes wonder if the city should be renamed Geoville. Well, here's my contribution to that idea. Here is a series of 21 geocaches in and around Raleigh that represent everything a growing city needs. The series works like this. There are 16 micro caches for which the coordinates are given to you. In each of those caches will be either 1 or 2 letter/number combinations. Make sure you write them down because they hold the coordinates for the next 4 caches. These 4 are regulars and should be quick and easy finds. In each of those 4 caches is a bit of the coords for the final, Geoville City Hall. The last 5 are all in the same general area, so plan on doing the final on the same trip you do the previous 4. All containers and/or locations are meant to match the name of the cache and should be pretty easy to find. Good luck!
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