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The Headache Cache

A cache by Tac0caT Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 8/3/2014
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2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Leave the flip flops home. This cache requires uphill hiking and bushwhacking. Not an easy P&G. By the time you find this cache you will wish you had a bottle of aspirin handy. Log and pencil only. After relieving your headache take a walk straight to Field of Trash

Several cachers have emailed me or left log posts asking for a parking area or waypoint. I intentionally left a starting point out when I posted this cache simply because this cache can be approached from almost any direction. The experience of finding this cache will be different from each direction. My caches are not intended to be easy caches which can be driven right up to and grabbed without opening your car. There are enough of those locally already. To me geocaching and the wilderness is meant to be challenging. The challenge of researching a cache to decide which direction to approach from is part of the game. As far as parking; I did not park anywhere when I placed this cache. I rode my mountain bike from home right to the hiding spot.

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Orghyn yragn

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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