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Four for One!
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diecast64 is the cache owner and is also the landowner and I do live at this property. Please feel free to come onto the property. I would not have placed it here if I did not want anyone to come onto my yard. Happy caching.
“Four for One!” is our first Multi-Cache. We hope everyone will enjoy this one
This multi cache is pretty easy, it just requires a bit of driving. The total distance between all of these caches is 12 miles. Although you can do this cache in any order, to keep the miles low the best route would be doing this baby in order. This multi is really straight forward. We have placed three traditional caches in and around the Junction City area.
Again… you can do these in any order but my advice would be to use this system.
1. Cache by diecast64… (GC1DVVJ) Milford Lake and Dam grid N 39° 04.536 W 096° 53.927
On the outside of the container is a number in pen. It is also writen on the log sheet. Write this number down. It is the first number that you will need to unlock the last cache.
2. Cache by diecast64… (GC1E5KY) JC's River Walk Landing Gazebo grid N 39° 00.769 W 096° 49.665
On the inside lid of this cache is a number written in black sharpie. Write this number down. It is the second number that you will need to unlock the last cache.
3. Cache by diecast64…(GC1DP7Z) Near Highland Cemetery grid N 39° 00.695 W 096° 50.408
Taped inside the lid of this final cache is the last number. Write this number down. Take all three numbers and head to the final cache.
4. Locate at grid N 39° 00.685 W 096° 51.202 is the final cache. This grid will not do you any good unless you have all three numbers. At this grid you will find a regular sized ammo can located in plain site. Don’t be afraid to approach this area. There is plenty of parking and I am the owner of this location. You will find a padlock on the cache container. Use this formula to open the treasure.
Number 1 (number from Milford Lake and Dam)
Number 2 (number from JC's River Walk Landing Gazebo)
Number 3 (number from Near Highland Cemetery)
Enjoy the spoils from this final cache.
Total time and driving distance (by my route) is as follows.
From #1 to #2 9.5 miles by road and 16 1/2 minutes to drive.
From #2 to #3 1.5 miles by road and 8 minutes to drive.
From #3 to final 1 mile by road and 5 ½ minutes to drive.
Total time is less than 30 minutes. (Remember that I know where these caches are so plan on adding another 15 to 20 minutes to enjoy the view and to sign the logs.
Total miles is 12.
The beginning treasure was:
A 4 pack of AA batteries for your GPS
A bottle of Super Miracle Bubbles
A squeeze ball
A new coozie
A small bottle of baby lotion
A green safety lightstick
A Bud key chain
A sleeve of new Maxfli golf balls
3 sets of earplugs
A Garth Brooks CD
The Log Book
Gur bayl gerr
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:34:18 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:34 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum