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Signal A

A cache by White_Buffalo Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 11/18/2011
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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"Tristan">Antenna


"Tristan">Eyes


"Tristan">Mouth


"Tristan">Head







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The local Geocaching club has really been
having a great showing. To help celebrate a great year and the
start of the club I thought we could have signal bless out
playground. You will find 93 caches in the desert. in a few of the
caches you will find the answers to a mystery cache.





If you find a green container, it will
have a piece of the puzzle you need to get to the final. Follow the
directions on the card on the inside to get the answer to the
Magical Mystery Cache.





Take your time and do it right.





Special Note: Copy and paste is ok on all
caches except Signal A and Signal AQ. Use those two for leaving
notes to me about the caches. The distance between East to West is
about a mile and a half. North to South 1 3/4 miles. This area is
known to hold anything that can either hurt you or kill you so be
careful. Carry water and please please only drive on marked trails
and roads. Give the desert tortoise a chance in their home. If you
see them avoid them. It is their home and not yours.




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