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The Rocket Cache Traditional Geocache

Hidden : 09/21/2010
2 out of 5
3.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   large (large)

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Geocache Description:

Recently, nearby trees have been cut down, making the approach to the cache tougher. I have increased the terrain rating. Please note that this cache has been purposely looted multiple times and it has had over $750 in swag placed in it by me, so if it's empty, that's why. Have Fun!

The requests below are not doable anymore. I am keeping them for historical purposes.

Some special requests  for this cache.
1st:Please take a picture with the disposable camera, one for eachgroup please. (Please note this is no longer possible due to the fact that it will be stolen within a few days of being placed now.)
2nd:Please place your initials on the Date of your visit on the firstpage of the log.
3rd:Please put a small dot on the map in the back to indicate where youare from.
4th:Sign the log as normal.

When grabbing this cache, be aware of the opening and closing. It can be tricky and a tad noisy, be aware of muggles when possible.

The following is a paid advertisement:

Here's what real geocachers have said about "The Rocket Cache":

"TFTH SL . . . Sorry, that is all I can manage since I am still in shock from the size of that cache. Did you have to use a chopper to get that container up there? Fantastic hide!"-- rcbpasco

"This container qualifies for another category above "large"." -- duosperquisitor

""Wow" were the first words out of our mouths (medicrncen and me) when we uncovered this cache container.The unknown question to all who are going to visit this is: "How did you manage to get that thing up here". It had to been a small dedicated army and a government pack mule to do a job like this."-- Mr. Gadget #2

"I just have one question,"Where was the LZ?" and oh, yes, "How many troops did it take?"There should have been pictures of the "drop" being made. An IMPRESSIVE "must see to believe cache."" -- medicrncen

"O. M. G. Grabbed this on the way back down from the APE. Which I thought was big. But seriously? I'll try not to ruin the surprise for others, save for noting this cache has a. its own zip code and b. gravitational force. Truly an impressive labor of love that will not soon be forgotten. Highly recommended to all making the APE pilgrimage." --dolemite9

"Other than the fabulous trail over the great waterfall I really can't say much positive about this one. Scary last 70 feet to a NRV location and a winnebago sized cache with nothing in it." -- vds

Now back to your regularly scheduled program.

As for swag, if something in cardboard or paper container appears to be not holding up, feel free to take one of those things with an unequal trade. 

Original Contents:
12 Trackables
1 FTF unactivated GeoCoin
1 STF unactivated Cachkinz
1 Linksys Voip Phone
1 Pirates of the Caribbean CD Player
1 Sports Fan Action Figure
3 Dead Space
2 Collectible Art Books
1 Warhammer Collectible Art Book
1 Lord of The Rings Cloth Map
3 Glass Hula Girl Coasters
1 pack of pink drink stirs
1 Heart Eye Patch
1 Hard Suduko Book
1 Prairie Home Companion Double CD
1 1gb MP3 Player
1 AV Club Pendent
1 Love Pendent
1 Portable FM radio
1 License Plate
1 USB Air Filter
1Cowgirl Bowling Ball Bag
12 Chinese Playing Card Sets.
A few SegaSaturn games and a Controller
An RF converter. And Some things I don't remember.

  Pictures are spoilers

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)