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Reviewer Smith: Panther in the Den,
there have been some issues reported with this cache listing, either through the health score or numerous dnf/needs maintenance logs, so I am therefore disabling the cache until the issues can be addressed. If the cache owner does not post a note on this cache page within 2-weeks, I will accept the fact that this cache is no longer being maintained or has been abandoned an I will archive accordingly.
Reviewer Smith


I-PASSed A Cache - Hinsdale Oasis - Redux

A cache by Panther in the Den Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/19/2008
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

You are looking for a pill bottle. Inside you will find log sheets with the clue for the final.

When caching in the Chicago area, use the tollway to get around town the quickest. Besides implementing the I-PASS transponder system for traffic congestion relief and the Open Road Tolling project, one of the best things about using the tollway are the oases. Open 24/7, it's a one-stop place for stretching your legs, using the restroom, grabbing a bite to eat, getting a cup of coffee, getting cash from an ATM machine, make a phone call, and looking at a map to see how far you need to travel and which direction you need to go and now you can even grab a quick cache!
This cache is one of seven located at the oases along the Illinois Tollway. A bonus or eighth cache is located in a Cook County Forest Preserve. Each of the caches at the oasis' will have a clue on the inside of the container to locate the final puzzle cache IPASSED A CASHE - Final Destination Redux.

Many thanks go out to Green & Gold for placing the original series. Thanks also to Bat1800 and Panther in the Den, and those individuals who placed caches in order to resurrect this series.

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