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As they travel about let your TB’s enjoy the plush environs of the Fire Memories TB Hotel.
This custom hotel facility is a refuge for all sizes of TB’s so bring the family and enjoy not only exchanging TB’s but the Fire Memories Museum who has graciously provided the location and permission to place this OVERSIZE container. Entry into the museum is not required to access the cache container. This Hotel was provided by Geocachers Spargui, Doogleboone and Active-Fire with inspiration by DASHON.
GPS reception is a bit sketchy up next to the Hotel but you shouldn’t have any trouble spotting it if you check out some of the images posted here. Once you have found the container you will need to solve some simple math to obtain the combination to open the lock on the Hotel.
The lock is a three digit combination much like the old school lockers we had when we were kids but with a twist. The first two digits are numbers and the last digit is a letter. If you are too young to know what I mean you most likely can’t reach the lock anyway.
#1) Yellow + Green + Blue = First Number
#2) Yellow + Black - Blue = Second Number
#3) The last letter of the top most color = Last Digit to Open
The cache container is large enough for most TB’s I have seen with the exception of that CPU TB at the Yuma Mega Event last year. Please feel free to exchange, drop, or pick-up TB’s and coins. We would like to keep a TB or two in the cache for others but the whole idea is to move them along. Space has been provided and marked “North – West – East” for you to hang the TB’s on to correlate with the area they would like to travel to. If there is no specific direction or goal just put them in the “???” area.
Pictures of you and your TB’s would be welcomed with your log. Enjoy.
Pbzovangvba: pbhag gur pbyberq ohggbaf naq qb gur zngu.
#1 = + + +
#2 = + + -
#3 = gur gbc zbfg pbybe vf _ _ _ fb gur ynfg yrggre vf _.
- FM Hotel InstallActive-Fire & DASHON doing the install
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum