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Commodore 64 - October - 1983
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**** COMMODORE 64 BASIC V2 ****
64K RAM SYSTEM 38911 BASIC BYTES FREE
| Many hours were spent programming and playing games on this wonderful machine. This series and cache pages are dedicated to what I remember fondly of the Commodore 64.
Got my second issue of Family Computing, which had a type-in program that drew a pumpkin on the tv screen. I am pretty sure this took a few attempts after debugging, and going over the basic code multiple times.
I went high-tech in 1983. Instead of carving a pumpkin and putting a candle in it, I put the TV in front of the window pointing outside so everyone could see my cool electronic pumpkin.
In order to complete this wherigo you must download and play the cartridge on a compatible device running the wherigo application. Download the cartridge here, or use the RELATED WEB PAGE link above and then install it on your GPS or smartphone. You will have to run the cartridge for each geocache within this series.
When you run the cartridge, you will be asked for three codes, which you will find on each individual geocache listing. Enter these codes into the cartridge in the order shown here. Once the codes are entered properly, you will be presented the coordinates to the geocache which will be shown as a zone named Final and a zone description showing the actual coordinates.
Use the following codes in this exact order:
Note: This is not a power trail. Final hides are in various locations and will vary in size. Check each cache listing for size and attributes.
All caches have been placed on public property. Most are park and grabs, but there are some that you will need to get out of your car and walk a bit. You as a responsible geocacher must observe and follow all laws. If you park illegally, or trespass, you and only you are responsible for the consequences.
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