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This cache has been archived.

SassySaki: Ok, I have tried to ignore outside interference on this cache but it is no longer worth the effort. From day one, at least one local cacher has selfishly strived to sabotage this cache by offering hints to anyone and everyone that wants one against my clearly expressed wishes. They have questioned previous finders about the legitimacy of their find when I as CO never do. And all done in part by a person I met once and used to respect. Shows how wrong we can be about the character of a person. So here you are (and you know who you are): you got what you wanted. A cache that has 20 favorite points is being archived due to your constant efforts to ruin it. Congratulations! I hope you bask in your accomplishment for a long time to come.

For the record, the cache has been within 6 feet of the posted coords for a long time. So the information that was sent to the last DNF is sorely outdated.


Evil - Tribute to the Master of Stress

A cache by SassySaki Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/10/2014
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Geocache Description:

This is an evil cache and my first attempt at one. It is not meant to be an easy find. It is based on a similar hide near our home, so I expect a fair share of DNF's. Please don't hint as to what the cache is in your log and don't be offended if I don't respond to hint requests. I want to keep the difficulty level as is.

This cache is a tribute to a geocacher in Jacksonville we admire for his creativity and his evil caches. This cache is similar to one of his (of course, I'm not saying which one). As stated in the summary, this is not an easy PnG. Just have fun looking for it and if you can't find it, move on to the next one and revisit it later. A clear mind works wonders.

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