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Twelve Drummers Dangling-NoVAGO12 Days of Cachemas

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Hidden : 12/14/2009
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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We are pleased to present “The NoVAGO 12 Days of Cachemas”, a cache series running from December 25 to January 5 modeled after a familiar Christmas song. Starting on December 25, one new cache in this series will be released each day, until “The 12 Days of Cachemas” song is complete. Each cache in this series will contain clues. Collect all clues and figure out the location of the prize cache with some very special prizes. To date, the following NoVAGO 2009 Cachemas caches have been published:

 

#1. A Micro in an Ivy Patch GC21BPG (WWCD)

#2. Two Beavers Puzzling GC1282A (rufnredy)

#3. Trois poules francaises GC21CD4 (2Wheel’in)

#4. For Caching Birds GC21PCP (KJCachers)

#5. Five Golden Arches GC21M8D (zgrav and 4everyoungs)

#6. Six Trails a Hiking GC21PCW (reedkickball)

#7. Seven Naughty Nanos GC21E7R (wetfit)

#8. Eight Maids a Milking GCxxxx (karo92)

#9. Nine Ladies Caching GC21NH9 (NetworkCacher)

#10. Ten Dorks a LARPing GC21Q90 (Serrabou)

#11. Eleven Pipers Piping GCxxxx (flowerman)

#12. Twelve Drummers Dangling GC220KM (marmon and twister)

 

This series was inspired by the CVGA and the Richmond area geocachers, who placed a 12 days of Cachemas series last year.

 

 

You can park on Fort Williams Pkwy and enter the woods at N38 48.687 W077 05.639. You will be looking for a typical ammo hide. Please cover well when replacing.   

 

 

 

 

 

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