THE CACHE IS NOT AT THE ABOVE COORDINATES!
George Bush Park is a wonderful place for geocaching. Although many start out fearing the unknown, once you spend a few days hiking along the trails you realize that although you must always be watchful of snakes and critters, it is actually not as scary as people may assume.
Over the past several months there has been a dramatic increase in the number of caches located within the park boundaries. We decided that we would start a Puzzle cache series for "GeoCachers Who Love George Bush Park" or "GCWLGBP" for short. We encourage other folks to add to the series if they would like to, we will keep adding a few now and then.
There was a recent meeting of some GCWLGBP members during which the following discussion took place:
GrangerFam: What is the latest caching project?
Cachin Shark: We are thinking of a puzzle with ten-times more solutions than "Tower of Fulshear".
Raven: Yes, and at least 17.9635 more permutations than a Rubik's Cube!
cook cachers: True, very true.
Muddy Buddies: But what is the point of the puzzle?
Fendmar: All I know is that it should beat the record of 1573 failures on geochecker set by CR999!
Kirbydox: Hey! I was ready to hike the miles necessary to grab that one!
lgne: From where would we start?
BigBender: The real question is should the cache be placed above or below the flood line?
2bentbikes: We should also make sure we include trailhead or parking coordinates.
Can you figure out the location of the cache from the above conversation?
You can check your answers for this puzzle on Geochecker.com.