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Dallas County Pub* Crawl (*Public areas)

A cache by Richard & G. G. Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 09/06/2001
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Size: Size: virtual (virtual)

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Geocache Description:

Discover some of the unique history of Dallas County, and the natural resources and recreation areas managed by the Dallas County Conservation Department.

This is a Virtual Cache ( Virtual is it's own reward). Find the clues at the various locations and solve the puzzle to get the coordinates for the Final Site (no pun intended) (BYOB) This cache will test your GPS skills, your map reading skills, your patience, your perserverance, and perhaps your mettle. It may even delight you.

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  1. N 41° 50.733N'
    W 94° 12.530W' Check the view over the north fence

    > N 41° 49.576'
    W 94° 05.245' Check out the exhibits
    Clue-C-the number of propane tanks less 2

    N 41° 45.350'
    W 94° 03.667' Try the observation tower
    Clue-D-the last number of the street address (on blue post)

    N 41° 43.521'
    W 94° 03.339'
    Clue-E-the number of letters in the name of the road to Crellin Wildlife Refuge

    N 41° 33.767'
    W 94° 07.919' (

    N 41° 34.943'
    W 94° 12.054' This is an undeveloped site

    W 93° 57.156'
    N 41. 33.887'
    Clue-F-number of poles at boat ramp + 1

    N 41 31.468 W 93° 57.002' Check out The Bob Feller Museum(on the way)
    Clue-A-number of head gear in mural in parking lot(at Bob Feller Museum).
    Clue-B-number of tables in shelter house less 1(at Trindle Park)

  2. THE END!!
    N 41° 33.ABC' "Roundabout" this time you may wish you had a better map.
    W 93° 49.DEF'

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