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G O is a traditional cache. It starts off the Cacheopoly board.
This is a Cacheopoly Series of caches, based on the game Monopoly.
Each cache in this series is easy to get to in a SUV or Truck, especially in the winter. Caches are placed in areas of soft sand washes, and some have rocky terrains. However, most can be reached just off a dirt road. As always, be cautious of critters in bushes, or lounging in the sun on a rock. No one wants to get hurt.
There are 3 types of caches in this series, traditional, puzzles, and multi's.
Traditional's : Each property is a traditional cache with cords to a additional puzzle cache. Then, there are 4 Rail Roads, 2 Utilities, GO and FREE PARKING! Making 32 Traditional Caches.
There are 28 property caches, ONLY 16 of them have cords for each of the 8 Casheopoly (color) puzzle caches. In each of colored properties, you will need to get the cords for that Cacheopoly's puzzle cache. For instance; Mediteranian and Baltic are a Cacheopoly and have an additional puzzle cache (Dark Purple Cacheopoly). In each property cache you will find the cords to the Dark Purple Cacheopoly puzzle cache. The cords are in 2 of the 2 or 3 properties of that same color, for all property color cacheopoly's. Match the proper cords to the same colors for that colors final puzzle cache.
All puzzle cache information for the 8 puzzle caches, can be found in the property caches. Some don't have hints, like Connecticut (no hints or cords) so look carefully!
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