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Eustis Cache Challenge III -EDGC Degree

A cache by kayaking loon Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 08/01/2008
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Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

These coordinates will take you to a dirt road near my home but you can only log this cache if you have completed all the requirements!

PLEASE NOTE: You may not find and log this cache until you have completed all the requirements of this listing, i.e. you must first complete the Flagstaff Lake Challenge (14 caches) plus find GC1EE71. That earns you a University of Eustis Bachelors Degree. Then you must earn your Masters Degree by finding 12 caches on logging roads and cache GC1EPZH. To earn your University of Eustis Doctors Degree you must next climb two mountains and find "A View of the Lake" on Cranberry Peak and "One For the Loafers" on Sugarloaf. Then and only then, are you allowed to log this final cache for your Ph.D.

After verification that you have completed all the course work you will be eligible for your diploma and the "rewards" that I will offer. Verification will be by checking your online logs and a few of the physical logs at random. Contact me for your diploma and "rewards". This final cache contains only a log book and a pencil.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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