BFL Boot Camp IV - Signs of Night
In Ontario, Canada
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Another night time geocaching adventure.
The sun low on the horizon. The clouds turning red. the light beginning to fade. Flashlights appearing in hands. These are all things that herald the approach of night. For geocachers, these are also indications that the rules are about to change. For some geocaches, finding the treasure gets harder as the night gets darker. For others, it gets easier.
For this geocache, finding the treasure finally becomes possible at all.
The first step in your search will be finding the micro container that holds the coordinates of the next two stages. It's quite small, and blends in well with the background during the day. Not to worry though, this is a night adventure after all. It's very visible to anyone with a flashlight at night.
At the next two stages,you will be searching for a couple of small signposts. During the daytime, the markings cannot be deciphered to reveal the cache location. At night, a close examination with a bright light will finally coax some meaning out of the markings.
Once you've deciphered the markings on the signposts, it's a short walk to where the logbook is hidden inside an ammo can.
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Last Updated: on 12/12/2015 20:17:43 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (04:17 GMT)
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