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Wherigo - Alamo

A cache by KJKlock Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/24/2010
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

This Wherigo cache will lead you around the boundaries of the Alamo (not only as it is today, but also as it was during The Battle of the Alamo back in 1836) and then direct you to the cache container.

The entire Wherigo and the geocache should be available 24/7 and wheelchair accessible, but may require an assistant due to the length of the walk, and the fact that you will be in a downtown environment.

This cache requires you to download and complete the associated Wherigo Cartridge found at wherigo.com. Click the "Related Web Page" link above in order to download the cartridge.

This Wherigo Cartridge will take you on a walking tour of the boundaries of the Alamo (not only as it is today, but also as it was during The Battle of the Alamo back in 1836).

Most of what consisted of the Alamo in 1836 has now been consumed by part of downtown San Antonio.

Play this Cartridge and see for yourself where the original walls used to be.

There is an unactivated, gold Wherigo micro-geocoin for the FTF!

The container also includes a few KJKlock signature PathTags!

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