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An inconspicuous nano on Long Beach Community College Campus, Liberal Arts Campus.
As it turns out, this nano continues an inadvertant series dedicated to the unsung heroes of college education: the freeway fliers. These folks are the part time instructors that you see in multiple college catalogs. Typically they're sort of fresh out of graduate school and have yet to land a full-time position, so they teach one course at one campus, and another course at another campus. I have heard of one such instructor working at 5 campuses in the same semester.
Not only is this location fun from the standpoint of an ex-freeway flier, this location is fun from the standpoint of lagomorphs! If you visit at night GZ will be guarded by numerous lagomorphs. But they're not very difficult to outmaneuver. Here's the trick: bring carrots. And kids. Somehow they know that people walking towards them are not a threat if kids and grocery bags are en tow.
Anyway, this is very much a canned nano (you'll know how punny that was when you find the cache), typical of those hiders that buy stuff from "online auction sites" (can I say "ebay" without getting in trouble?!). It is log only, so BYOP.
Originally I wanted to put this near the science building, but I couldn't figure out where it was. By the time I did, I had already hidden the cache. As with all college campuses, there are lots of people around during the day, and most of them are waiting for their next class or ditching their current class, so be stealthy. If you want to look less conspicuous, bring a backpack and a cell phone, and look like you should be in class.
Congrats to the ever-present The Druids for being the FTF!
Category = education, tribute, location
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum