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Seven - Eleven Drive By Cache : Grinchmas 2009

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Hidden : 12/31/2009
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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On the Seventh Day of Grinchmas Pofe released to me,

  • 7 Eleven Drive By Cache
  • 6 Fuzzys
  • 5 Baadddd Max
  • 4 and More to Rot Your Teeth
  • 3 Strikes
  • 2 Duckykanz
  • 1 on One
  • and Frosted (Burrr)

    Hey Silly Who Who , if you have not figured this out yet, this is a night cache.

Read the entire cache page first. It may save you some real headaches as the area is remote in most sections.

Come to MY dark side if you dare and be prepared to have ME provide you with some nightie mares.

This cache is designed for you, you lazy Whoville wimps. It is a drive by seven - eleven type, rather than hiking or walking. You could walk if you want to but it would be a long long walk. It can be done in the summer on your bicycle or motor cycle if you choose. It is a Grinch Type Classic. Hides are no more than 20 feet from this seldom used road, but that is the simple part, you do not get off that easy. Did you expect this to be an easy no work Cachemas cache? It is best done with at least two people a driver and some one to ride shotgun. Sure one person can do it but it will be more difficult.

Start at the posted co-ordinates you are looking for a "Single White Glint." Within 10 feet of that single glint you will find an informational micro. This informational micro holds a NUMBER and one of the following LETTERS. G,R,I,N,C,H. From this point follow the single white glint trail on this gravel road until you find "TWO White Glints In a Straight Line or Side by Side"........This means another informational micro close by. This and each subsequent(big word for you little Whos)place you find two white glints has an informational micro close by with additional letters and numbers. Plug the numbers associated with these letters into the table below to find the final nightmare awaiting you. So simply put my little whoeess', single dot means follow, double means find the micro.

Might I suggest you drive or travel very slowly so as not to miss anything. If you come to an intersection the glints at the turn are with a within short distance of the turn. If you go more than 100 yards after a turn without seeing a glint you are probably going in the wrong direction and I can only hope that that happens. Be warned glints can be on either side of the road.

After you have found the final continue straight in the direction you are headed. This will bring you back to a paved road and civilization. Hopefully your GPS will guide you to where you now want to go. There is no need to turn around and go back the way you came because the road is narrow and while it is possible to pass another car, if there is snow it might not be a wise move.

Pay attention to the weather(click on the icon) Click for Local Weather and use good judgement. The entire glint trail is a gravel road. In the spring it could be muddy in sections. While a high clearance car is preferred most cars will be fine unless it is snowing or snowed very recently. I'll leave that up to you. When parking to find micros please pull over to the side of the road as much as possible, be careful of drop offs and deep snow. While it will not have much or any traffic it is possible.

North 41 42. GRI West 073 09. NCH

This is the Seventh in the series of caches “The Grinch Who Stole of CACHEMAS”. For each of the 13 days beginning Cachemas Eve a new cache is released. In addition to the winter friendly fun each cache contains a clue to the coordinates for a final prize cache where a stolen gift is waiting for you. All the caches in this series are snow friendly or try to be and mostly family oriented with terrain and difficulty no more than 3.0 mostly due to short inclines on some.


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