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Mind Grind: Touring Joliet Mall

A cache by brijac (adopted by CanisMinor) Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/03/2008
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Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:


This cache was formerly known as Geocache Decathlon Event #6: The Letterbox. At the end of the tour, you will be looking for a bison tube that only contains a log, so please bring your own pen or pencil.

The Puzzle:
To start the letterbox style tour, go to the coordinates above. Parking can be found close by. Let’s Begin!!! Go through the 16 glass portals and start your journey to the cache. You will bypass Friday, forgo sleeping and reject the comforts of the spa. Continue down this path until you find the tree that stretches for the sky. Turn towards Dakota and walk to the hill. Now proceed along the coast to the far end of Dutch country. Start walking southwest until you pass the entrance to the stars. Explore JCDecaux’s “Red Dot” masterpiece for the location of explosives. Quickly proceed to the front entrance of this location. Standing on the outside but looking in on the explosives, turn right and proceed to the entrance of the 4th store. At the middle of the entrance, turn toward the 38 globes and try to find the 1 minute babysitters for a quarter. From here, you will march SW and pass through another set of portals. You will find an orange slanted pad in front of you. From this pad, you will turn right and follow the connecting yellow line until it’s end. Proceed forward to the D1 corridor. With your back to the corridor, you will see the HoHoHo standing in back of six lockers. This giant is the keeper of the cache.

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