PMC - A Tribute To Caching
In Pennsylvania, United States
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At the above coordinates you will find nothing but the intersection of the Schuykill River and the Wissahickon Creek. While it might be an interesting place, this no cache is not there and you shouldn't park your car (or boat) there.
PMC: PUZZLE MASTER'S CHALLENGE
This puzzle is part of a series of puzzles created by the greatest Puzzle Masters of the Mid Atlantic Region. There are 17 Puzzle Masters contributing to this series. Solve all of the Puzzle Masters' creations, follow the story lines, gather the clues and find the final. Will you accept the challenge?
Each puzzle is a unique work of art created and owned by each Puzzle Master/Puzzle Team. In each cache there will be a clue that you must gather and record. These clues will lead you to a final mystery cache located somewhere in the mid-Atlantic region. This series is designed to lead you on an epic adventure that will require Master puzzle-solving skills and extensive travel to unique locations. You must travel and log in at each cache in order to claim a find on the final. Due to the extensive time and effort put into this challenge, the cache can be done as a group but each member of the group must go to each cache site and sign each log. Dividing into sub groups and pooling their efforts will not be allowed.
AND THE FINAL.....
An elusive cache. It has been missing for a long time. Can you find it?
I’m told that my sister’s friend’s cousin’s friend Joan was taking a ride when she came across a ragged man. He looked liked he had been on a . He gave her a note and told her not to get caught with it. With that, he raced off past Joan. She continued on her ride being careful to and for people . It wasn’t known to be a but you can never tell. By the time she got back to the stable, she had forgotten about the note. Joan went home and changed out of her smelly clothing and found the note in her pocket. She opened it and found a pictograph. She looked at for a while and couldn’t figure it out.
She gave it to my sister’s friend’s cousin Bill. Bill looked it over and all he could get out of it was that he might need or a . Being city folk, Bill had no desire to figure anymore out. It passed from Bill to my sister’s friend Nicole.
Nicole figured out a bit more. What she found made her want to stay the heck out of whatever this was. She hates , , and . Not only that but what she could tell, it was .
Nicole knowing that I like puzzles and games and the outdoors gave this note to my sister. I’ve looked at it and made some headway. Maybe you can help me solve it. I don’t know what we will find but I’m willing share whatever we find 50/50.
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 1/30/2017 5:52:46 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (1:52 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum