Here's a simple category - take any size container (but nothing micro-sized!) and make it fabulous!
Crazy disguise? Great camouflage? Fantastic location? Beautifully crafted? Weird science?
The choice was ours to make it memorable! (Not microable)
This cache was inspired by the cache located on the south side of the highway.
With all the international and local travellers passing through this area every year we figured it needed a good sized TB hotel with an electrifying access. This will be a great stop for anybody heading to the mountains to get energized.
The cache theme is a tribute WVTim and the large and various forms of electricity Alberta produces each year for our Province and to a minority for Canada and the USA. Electricity is all around us .... and in us!
FIRST SOME INTERESTING FACTS:
FACT: This cache uses electricity.
FACT: Electricity WILL flow through your body in order to complete the circuit.
FACT: You have to make the choice of which two bolts to grab and squeeze! Being afraid to squeeze will result in no smiley!
FACT: DC voltage can be felt at as little as 5mA! How much will this cache produce?
FACT: Calling 911 will get you medical emergency help if needed.
PLEASE ATTEMPT THIS CACHE AT YOUR OWN RISK !
Before attempting this cache, ask yourself this! Is there enough electricity (voltage) in this cache to cause me pain! After completing the circuit, the cache will provide you with the necessary combination to the lock, as long as you are looking at the cache correctly! To complete the circuit, you will need to select two of the protruding metal objects and squeeze one with each hand. Continue to choose combinations of metal objects until the cache reveals the hidden code. The combination lock can be opened by entering the letters of the color the cache revealed when you completed the circuit.
HOW TO OPEN THE LOCK:
1. Squeeze the shackle firmly toward the lock twice and release to “clear” the lock each time before opening it.
2. Enter the combination by sliding the button to each position in the combination pattern.
Note: Be sure to slide the button all the way in each direction, guiding the button back to the centre position before moving to the next position.
3. Pull up on the shackle to open the lock.
4. To close the lock, insert the shackle and squeeze firmly.
IMPORTANT: ALWAYS REPEAT STEP 1 EACH TIME YOU OPEN THE LOCK!