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A cache by joshuabrand (adopted by King Boreas) Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/29/2002
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10 years of geocaching

another King Boreas cache (886)

Hidden: 10/29/2002
Adopted: 12/17/2005

Just a little walk on campus.

joshuabrand wrote:
Hey everyone, I know that there's gotta be some geocachers out there on the U of MN campus, let's get going with geocaches on campus here. Email me if you're interested in starting a geocaching club on campus.

This virtual cache is pretty straight forward. Just email me what major landmark this virtual cache is directly in front of and log the cache. If you're right, and you meet the logging requirements, I'll leave your log up. If you're wrong, I'll remove your log.

Have fun! Happy caching!

PLEASE NOTE THE GC.COM RULE THAT THE PHYSICAL SITE OF A VIRTUAL CACHE MUST BE VISITED IN ORDER TO LOG THE FIND. I had to delete logs from people who almost certainly did not visit the physical site. I will continue to check each log to verify that the finder appears to have visited the physical site, and if it is highly likely that you did not, your log will be deleted, even if you answer the question correctly. In order to have a fair playing field, everybody in the game needs to follow the same rules.

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