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Judy, Judy... Judy

A cache by PAMag76 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 03/20/2018
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Great job Wheels00 FTF

I’m still a newbie.  This hide was placed on the eve of my 400th find. I'm learning - Most of the comments on my previous hides note a quick find because of my "hints".  So I'm going to refrain from "backing myself into a parking stall" and leave no hint below! This is a carefully placed small container with a log and a trackable (to start out with) in a place that reminds me of my mother. Well at least my mother's car. It is placed just off Judith Ann Drive. My mom's name is Judy and I named the cache after her cell phone answering message which is Rich Little "doing" Carry Grant...Judy. Judy... Judy. So anyways...  the reason I chose this spot is because I am currently driving her car.  Mine was totaled by a 3 point buck in the U.P this last summer. Judy's car is a little red LeBaron convertible and I really hate it.  And it hates me too! There is no way to adjust the seat to see where the end of the car really is and it has absolutely NO “clearance”.  And now that I'm driving every day to keep my geo-streak, I'm in parking lots all the time. Like this one. To get this cache you must approach from the right, drive counter clockwise (withershins) and drive behind the building which is a one way to get to the parking area and ground zero. Use stealth when searching or come after the clinic is closed, and bring the right tools to get a smiley. After you have signed the log... please "carefully" replace the cache to lay in the proper position.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


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