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Operation A.P.E. - Mission 7: Alpha-Omega

A cache by The A.P.E. High Council Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 08/31/2012
2.5 out of 5
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Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

The mutants of our time follow their clockwise nature and worship a device of awesome destructive power: The Alpha-Omega Bomb! You need to discover more information about its location and power. We believe you should also:

  1. Build a fallout shelter.
  2. Line it with lead to keep out plutonium radiation.
Find the capsule to aid you in your mission.

Remember to bring your field guide, it will aid you in this and the rest of your missions. At the final location for this mission, do not forget to locate the clue for Mission 11: Final Objective. Use the clue and coordinates to retrieve a letter code and copy it in your guide. You may also choose to take a stamp and affix it in your field guide. Collecting one stamp from each mission will allow you to receive one limited edition Operation A.P.E. Pathtag upon completion of all 12 missions. Refer to your field guide for more information.

Warning: Due to the sensitive nature of this mission, your objective is not located at the posted coordinates! It is merely a convenient location to use as the starting point of your mission. Use the clock located below in your effort to find the cache!

You can check your answers for this puzzle on .

That's right — a brand new Monkey Book•Mark awaits the ape who makes it to the cache first!

I completed Mission 7: Alpha-Omega of Operation A.P.E.BONUS BUTTON!
The first 5 apes to find the cache will also get this awesome OPERATION A.P.E. mission button!

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