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Battleship (RI) - I7

A cache by catoz Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/10/2016
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Back when I was living in Vermont I first saw this series. It was a blast to play the geocaching version of the game. Now that I'm in Rhode Island I get to bring it to life here.

The objective is simple, sink the boats. Carefully placed on the sides of various roads in the area is a cache for each square on the grid. Some are hits and some are misses. Each hit will have numbers needed to solve the 5 puzzles caches representing the ships on the game board: Aircraft Carrier, Battleship, Cruiser, Submarine, and Destroyer. Depending on your luck, you may not need to complete all of the squares of the grid to find the final objective.

In each of these 5 puzzle caches will be numbers needed to solve for the final in this series: You Sank My Battleship!

Each of the 100 grid caches is a roadside cache, however none are guardrails. Caches are varying distances apart. None of these caches are on posted property, so please stay off posted property. And lastly, this series is placed to be winter friendly. This is to say that if you get through the snow to GZ, the cache is findable. Please rehide all caches as found. To keep this game fun for all, please do not state in your log if it is a hit or miss.

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