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CAUTION! The railroad crossing on Mound St. does NOT have safety arms that lower when a train is near. PLEASE BE SAFE. LOOK BOTH WAYS & LISTEN BEFORE CROSSING
This four stage multicache will take you to the Architectural Scuplture Park located on the Riverfront Trail. The Village of East Davenport has many things to offer. Take a minute to wander around (after you find this stash of course).
At the given coordinates you will need to collect a bit of information before moving on. In no particular order;
•Count the number of concrete COLUMNS (exclude the tower)
•Count the number of brown rectangular WINDOWS in the tower
•Count the number of concrete TRIANGULAR SHAPES (not wood)
•Count the number of steel ARCH LEGS going into the ground
With your newly acquired data simply complete the following equations
TRIANGLES - 1 = A
WINDOWS - TRIANGLES - 1 = B
LEGS - COLUMNS + TRIANGLES = C
WINDOWS / 2 = D
RIVERS = E
COLUMNS + 1 / 6 = F
WINDOWS - TRIANGLES = G
TRIANGLES + LEGS - COLUMNS = H
LEGS / TRIANGLES = I
WINDOWS • 2 - 8 = J
- Stage 2 -
N 41° AB.CDE
There you will find the next set of coordinates.
ATTENTION! For the forth and final stage you will need a smartphone with code reading capabilities. Or you can do like Crimefighter89 does and take a photo of the code and send it to someone who does! The final is a pb jar with room for a few items. Log only, bring your own writing utensil. Explore and Enjoy!
(No hints available.)
- Mound St Railroad CrossingThis geocache is NOT near the train tracks but you will need to cross them to get to the Sculpture Park. Be safe
Last Updated: on 1/19/2018 12:08:30 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (8:08 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum