MMS.00 - Michigan Geo-Art
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Michigan Map Series
This cache is part of a series of caches. Please read about the series in THIS CACHE.
All information and updates to this series will be listed in this cache.
Also visit I Love Michigan for additional information.
CACHE SERIES INFORMATION
Please use this cache to post all comments, problems or other information that is in general about the series. Likes or Dislikes, etc If a cache needs some attention PLEASE post a NEEDS MAINTENANCE on that cache. I will not be reading each and every log so a mention that the log is wet in your find log will go unnoticed.
I believe that it is possible to do the complete series with a two wheel drive vehicle. There is a couple of places of sand but I feel they should not be a problem. Part of the route is used by logging trucks, they do a lot of damage to the road and that section might be the biggest problem. All caches are within about 100 feet of a road. I used two different types of containers so after a few caches you will know what to look for. Plan on placing all caches off the ground so should be easy to find as the vegetation or snow gets deeper. Winter caching will be up to you as some roads are seasonal.
In each cache you are given a statement. You have to decide if the information is TRUE or FALSE. Depending on your choice is to where you will search for the cache container.
Having fun is the most important part of this cache series. If you do not have fun finding the caches in this series the solution is simple, do not look for them; it is your choice to search for them or not. All statements in all of the caches are TRUE to the best of my knowledge.
Please go to this web site and check out the info I have for you. It also has a place to download ALL the corrected coordinates. I Love Michigan for additional information.
Please, DO NOT MOVE LOGS FROM ONE CACHE TO THE NEXT. All logs are marked with the cache number. Or should I say they were when I placed them.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum