Kidz Kache Lesson 7 - Preform & Bonus
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Welcome to #7 of the Kidz Kache learning series. This kid-friendly series is intended to be fun for all. These hides are meant to introduce kids to a variety of cache types and caching skills like puzzle solving, projections, multis, and bonuses.
Kid-friendly means cool swag, easy terrain, fun hides, and something a young cacher will enjoy.
Lesson 7: Preform & Bonus
A preform, you ask? A preform is looks like an oversized test tube that a really mad scientist might use. An odd name, but they are called preforms since they are molded like this and then later used to make bottles, like 2 liter soda bottles. The preform is put into a second machine, which heats the preform and blows in air, which makes it expand like a balloon into a mold shaped like a big bottle. Cool eh?
This cache also contains the north set of coordinates for Lesson 9: The Bonus Cache. Be sure to record them, since it's the only way to find the bonus.
Please rehide the cache with natural camo, so it doesn't get muggled.
Congrats to mgbMusic, KU Jayhawk, and Dinaworks for FTF
FTKF goes to the Michael Hosp jr caching crew
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum