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Cache Experiment #1
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This is one in a series of 4 caches that I am placing as part of a personal geocaching experiment. All of them are traditional regular size caches. This cache is the closest to the parking coordinates and therefore the easiest. The parking for this cache and the other 3 in the series are different.
At each of the caches in the series feel free to leave or take as many trade items as you like. When logging online, you MAY NOT list what you put in, took out, or items contained in the cache. The exception to this is trackable items (travel bugs and coins). If your log states anything regarding trade items, your log will be deleted. If you return to the caches at a future time, I ask that you do so as an observer and not trade anything. Again feel free to drop off and/or pick up trackable items.
Please replace cache exactly as found to minimize the chances of cache being found by muggles. The 4 caches are all in the same state game lands; so remember to wear the appropriate orange during hunting season.
After finding the caches you may email me through my profile if you have questions about the experiment. I will share my hypotheses of what will happen but do not want to bias the experiment. Thank you and enjoy.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:33:52 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:33 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum