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#2: Don't Know Much About...Geography!

A cache by Caching Cowles Clan Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 11/09/2007
2 out of 5
3 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Park at the given coordinates.

Here is a puzzle/multicache series based on a popular old song from the 60's. If you do all the caches in this series, including the final, you will have walked close to 2 miles roundtrip. You are looking for a 3" diameter ABS pipe.

Be sure to record the data you find inside the container's lid, in order to bag the final as well.

OK, it's time for your geography quiz. Every knowledgable geocacher should have no trouble with this one. Here you go:

1. Approximately how many miles are there in one degree of latitude: __ __? The 1st digit=A

2.You find a Washington State quarter in a cache and notice a species of fish on it and remember that Westport used to be the "Capitol" of it. # of letters=B

3. Of the following, choose the most difficult geographical location to "acquire sats":

1. On the summit of Colonel Bob.
2. On the beach in Westport.
3. In downtown Pe Ell.
4. Out in the middle of the Puget Sound.
5. In the Quinault Rain Forest under old growth.
The number of your answer =C

4. While geocaching in Montana, you find a cache on a hill with a small flat top and sloping sides. You are standing on top of a _______. (# of letters=D).

5. When caching in the Capitol Forest, it usually takes you more time to walk to the cache than it does to return to your vehicle: 1. True 2. False
Your answer=E

6. If you want to search for RR bridge caches all day you should go to:

2.Highway 6 between Raymond-Pe Ell-Chehalis.
8.Union Station in Seattle .
(Your answer=F)

N 46° 58.ABC'
W 123° 43.DEF'

You can check your answers for this puzzle on

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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