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FluCacher: Shame to lose such a cool container, but it's time to open the spot up for a new cache.



Hidden : 06/19/2008
1.5 out of 5
4.5 out of 5

Size: Size: not chosen (not chosen)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is located, at the posted coordinates, on an islet just at the mouth of the Sammamish River as it enters Lake Washington.

This is a cache designed with one major purpose in mind...laughter.

I have changed the terrain rating on this cache from a 5 star to the elusive 4.5 star due to the fact that, while a boat is recommended, it is not absolutely necessary. You can wade out to the cache. However, DO NOT DO THIS BAREFOOT! YOU WILL HURT YOURSELF!

If you do use a boat...for kayaks and/or rafts I recommend landing on the south, you'll be able to get out of your boat and right onto the islet. For boats deeper in the berth, come in from the north, the water on the south side is too shallow and you could get stuck or damage your boat.

OK, quick rules...this cache was a powerful pain in the posterior to place. I'm guessing it won't be a picnic to find (Actually, it could be a picnic to find...there are worse places for a picnic). Still, if you found this cache, odds are it wasn't part of a numbers run. My point...this is a puzzle cache because anyone logging "TFTC" or some other such pointless "we found your cache with all the enthusiasm of paying off a parking ticket" logs will not get credit for the find. There's a red sheet of paper with a few questions to answer to get proper credit.

Please, no photos of the cache itself.

Congratulations to
On Being First To Find!!!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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