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Identified Flying Objects

A cache by brooksmn Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 2/10/2009
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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The provided coordinates will get you to the first cache which will then provide the coordinates to get you to the second and final cache which is a longer walk or short drive away. The final cache is a jumbo sized peanut butter container that will easily house TB's, GC's, and many other items.

While seeking this cache, at your first stop, we must warn you to keep a look out for Identified Flying Objects (IFO's) mainly disc in shape. They approach quick and quietly as though they are flying effortlessly. If you are lucky enough to own one or a few, you are more than welcome to bring yours out for a test run or fly a friends' if you can be trusted to fly safely. This is relatively an easier course than most so relax and enjoy a round or two. In time you may be rewarded with a type of bird or even an "ACE".
Please excercise caution to avoid muggles at this first location. Others may not necessarily be visible while they could be possibly searching the "roughs". Some in deeper than others depending on how "green" they may be. We ultimately wanted to use this area for the final cache location but felt it would be best just including it in the search as the chances of being muggled are high here.
The second part to this cache you must use care to avoid getting wet feet or taking an accidental drink. It is not uncommon to find water present near this location depending on the time of year and previous rain amounts. You should easily be safe if you take time to think it through. Chances are that you have passed near this area very quickly without even noticing.

As we are on the subject of IFO's and flying disc shaped objects we must all know, most if not all flying objects have been identified by our governments now. That includes those still producing the highly complex crop circles to date and those flying in and out of our airspace frequently and amoung other things we are left to sort out ourselves. So with that said, one wouldn't necessarily be lying if they were to state that there is no such things as UFO's.
However they care to put it or run around it we mustn't ever assume we are the only developed planet out of the infinite possibilities outer space presents to us. In fact, our own world history contains multiple documented previous visits from distant civilizations time and time again. Many of which are documented in ancient paintings, buildings, structures, literature, eyewitness accounts, and other well documented events. All it takes is a little time spent researching with an open mind to see the facts hidden in the stories provided.
An open mind gains wisdom and insight, a closed mind gains nothing and misses out on much.
Take time to watch the sky night and/or day. You never know what you may eventually see or learn. There definately is so much above to see and to learn. You might even be able to piece together what all those planes are spraying and how it correlates with our weather.
We wish ALL the best and are open to any email questions one may have.

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