Find the first location and look for an encrypted message. It will tell you where to find the cache. The cache is a logbook, so you don't need to bring the usual goodies. Nevertheless, this might be a good one for families and kids. You shouldn't get too messy, so it would be a nice lunch hour or rainy day hunt.
Depending on the response I get, I may do some other "Urban Caches". Be sure to bring: A print-out of this page (particularly the Decryption Key) and probably a writing instrument. I'm not posting photos and I suggest using the encrypted hint only if you have trouble finding the message (at location 1). Have fun!
Created in 2001, this is not a variation of any geocache you may have seen. This is the original.
For those of you who are interested, a word about the coordinates: I took 10 reads at this site, during two different visits. I threw out two that were way off. This left eight readings. The coordinates I have posted here are both the mean and the median of those eight readings. The variance was +-.oo2 minutes for both Lat and Lon. Thus, I believe the coords to be accurate within 12 feet N/S and 8 feet E/W.