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ColoradoGeoArt: We would like the geocaching community to know that we did not take this decision lightly. This was based on experiences throughout the entire life of the artwork, private emails with the locals, cache logs both good and bad. We understand that many folks had solved the puzzles, made plans, bought plane tickets, made reservations, etc. in order to find this giant GeoArt. However, we have to take the geocaching experience and the safety of the finders into consideration - and we feel that the experiences posted in the logs and the threats made by locals via email and onsite were not only unacceptable, but are also a poor example of what Geocaching in Colorado has to offer.

We have several teams going out over the next few weeks to pick up all of the caches so we leave this area clean. They will be allowed to log the artwork as they do so, but we wanted to get the archivals done to prevent any more attempts on it. Their cars will be labeled as clean-up crews for safety.

ALL trackables found in this process will be picked up and moved, no TB left behind :)

Again, Colorado has some great caching opportunities. If you missed the art, we still have two geotours, the largest library series (that we know of), and other smaller artworks throughout the state. Find us on Facebook for more suggestions, you will not be disappointed :)


GCCO GeoArt #0843

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Hidden : 05/01/2014
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

The 2014 Geocaching Colorado Board is proud to bring you the largest GeoArt in this beautiful state of Colorado! Thanks to many volunteers, this GeoArt will provide you with Geocaching Colorado pride and a great way to learn more Colorado trivia.

Colorado Fact Tour

Category: Colorado Haunted Places
Key: Henry Weber House

Details: Aspen, CO. The Henry Webber House is said to be haunted by Harriet Webber, the wife of the home's builder. She reportedly died in 1881, interestingly enough four years before the house was built, of accidental strychnine poisoning

Cache location: N39 32.( 261 - keyphrase ) W102 41.( 514 + keyphrase )

For general hints, or to post a note for the series, please go to the first cache GC5280D

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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

fgerrg fvta

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



116 Logged Visits

Found it 113     Write note 1     Archive 1     Publish Listing 1     

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