GCWLGBP - The Western Part
In Texas, United States
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A Puzzle series for fans of George Bush Park.
THE CACHE IS NOT AT THE ABOVE COORDINATES!
George Bush Park is a wonderful place for geocaching. Although many start out fearing the unknown, once you spend a few days hiking along the trails you realize that although you must always be watchful of snakes and critters, it is actually not as scary as people may assume. Over the past several months there has been a dramatic increase in the number of caches located within the park boundaries. FamilieRyan decided that he would start a Puzzle cache series for "GeoCachers Who Love George Bush Park" or "GCWLGBP" for short. He encouraged other folks to add to the series, so here is our contribution. We will try to use the same general puzzle format.
The other day, we overheard the following conversation among several GBP geocachers:
Criffree: I'm a big fan of Clint Eastwood. I think his best work was "Unforgiven".
Cook Cachers: I thought he was pretty good in "Escape from Alcatraz".
Fendmar: I'm partial to his spaghetti western years. My favorite is "A Fistful of Dollars".
Kirbydox: No. No. No. "High Plains Drifter" was his crowning achievement.
Grangerfam: In "Every Which Way but Loose" he was outplayed by the orangutan.
Easygroomer: "Firefox" was the most exciting for me.
BigBender: I'm also partial to the old spaghetti westerns. "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" is my favorite.
Muddy Buddies: He is pretty good in all of those, but really was scraping bottom with "Pink Cadillac".
MTcachers: You think that was pretty bad? What about "Tarantula"?
Manofsteel73: Ha ha. "Thunderbolt and Lightfoot" is also in that category.
davarle: You have got to be kidding. You think he did any worse than in "A Perfect World"?
Hoosier Ranger: In all my years of watching him, I think that he will be forever known as "Dirty Harry".
Lgne: He wasn't too bad in "Heartbreak Ridge", but he sure showed his age by then.
geogeex: The last one I could barely stand watching was "True Crime". After that I was convinced that he had lost it for good.
Can you figure out the location of the cache from the above conversation?
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Last Updated: on 12/26/2015 10:14:33 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (6:14 PM GMT)
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