The tow truck was invented in 1916 by Ernest Holmes, Sr., of Chattanooga, Tennessee. He was a garage worker who was inspired to create the invention after he was forced to pull a car out of a creek using blocks, ropes, and six men.
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This puzzle was designed to be fun. Please don't spoil that fun by giving out information on how to solve it. Each player should proudly earn their own smiley.
This is 1 of 42 puzzle caches in a series that were created to commemorate the GeoWoodstock VIII mega-event GC1QM7K.
There is a final of this series that you can find, if you feel inclined to do so. The waypoint for the series final is GC24NBA. You will need to find the 21 numbers attached to 21 of the 42 puzzles used to create this series. These numbers will be placed on the logbook of the puzzle caches, so WATCH FOR THEM! This cache may, or may not have one of those numbers in it. You will need to have signed the logbook of all 21 of the correct caches to be able to legally claim a find on the series final. Good Luck!