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Magnetic nano in downtown Grand Rapids.
Cache is located just outside one of my favorite eating establishments, in a heavy muggle-traffic area so you must be very careful not to attract too much attention. It shouldn't be too hard to look very casual once your geosenses let you know where the cache is. I will tell you this: it is NOT on or in a trash receptacle.
Be careful obtaining the cache, as the magnet is a little weak, and may fall out when pulling out the log, too. Speaking of the log, it's only an 11-inch strip of paper, so try to write as small as you can, and don't forget to bring your own writing utensil!!!
Coords were averaged about 300 times with accuracy getting as good as 15-20 ft., which was the best I could do with the building cover.
Two hints in haiku:
Qbrf jnfnov ohea?
Tb naq gnxr n frng bhgfvqr
naq trg fbzr serfu nve.
Jnvg, juvpu frng vf vg?
Creuncf vg'f snpvat abegujrfg?
Wvzzl Wbua'f! Grzcgvat...
- View of restaurant from just behind cache locationTaken with my camera phone after placing the cache.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:33:36 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:33 PM GMT)
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