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Of late, I have seen a great deal of energy being devoted to “FTF”. People are going out in the night with flashlights to find caches. They are up at the crack of dawn, searching. Words of caution have been posted in the forum. Disappointment is reported in the log when someone just misses being there first. Enough of that.
This cache will offer a different kind of stress. It is not important to find the cache first, but to find it in the least amount of time.
The clock starts as soon as you leave your transportation. It ends after you find, sign, replace the cache and return to your car. There is plenty of free parking in the area, so find a place that is as close as possible. Remember the clock starts as soon as you leave your car, no matter how far away you park.
Please keep track of your time and post it when you post your find.
If you need to return to the cache site, add your times together for a total.
Please take note of how the cache is hidden and be sure to return it to the same position you found it. There is only one way for it to fit. It is NOT in the sprinklers, in a pipe or under the ground.
If the above coords don’t work for you, try N21 17.074 W157 50.506
On your mark, get set, GO.
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