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#1 Big Blue Mystery Cache

Hidden : 05/04/2012
3 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   other (other)

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Geocache Description:

ALERT June 28, 2017. All geocaches located in Kentucky related to this series have been archived. Any BBS geocaches still active are stand-alone puzzles and are still available (in Indiana).


All listed coordinates are BOGUS! Read on to find the actual final coordinate.

In 2012, the University of Kentucky won the NCAA Men's Basketball National Championship. This series is a celebration of that team and their coach, John Calipari. The questions are -not- related to UK but instead are 5th grade level multiple choice science topics. Enjoy your tour of Kentuckiana!


#1 Darius Miller - 2012 NBA Draft Pick

#1 Darius Miller

Darius Miller, 4yr Senior

Darius Miller started his career at UK under Billy Gillispie and went to the N.I.T. - and lost. As a four-year senior, he capped his career under John Calipari with the 2012 National Championship! Next stop, NBA!

Big Blue Smile - No More

These puzzling caches should not pose any serious brain-pain. Simply answer the multiple-choice question correctly and replace 'XX' with the numeric value to complete the final coordinate and you are on your way.

Good Luck!

Here is your question:

1. Which instrument is used to measure pressure?
a. Saccharimeter
b. Ammeter
c. Manometer
d. Lactometer

If the answer is A, then-99-
If the answer is B, then-88
If the answer is C, then 08
If the answer is D, then-11

The final will be found here:

N38° 17.XX1

W85° 48.503

No need to remove the container. You will need pointed tweezers or similar to pull the bison-sized log! Don't ruin the log for the next cacher because you are not properly prepared. One-line initials only, NO STAMPS OR LABELS! Please re-cap snugly (you'll know) to maintain dry log.


Always use good judgement and common sense when seeking a geocache. Not all areas are suitable for night caching. Be aware of those who are aware of you!
Please Look Around before you look around!


Thanks Fox Neumann and Lake Lure, GC2MDGP!

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