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erik88l-r: Cache owner hasn't logged onto the site in over three months, so likely won't be checking on the cache soon. I've archived it, but would be delighted to unarchive it if it's still there, or is replaced before another is placed within .1 mile. Thanks! erik - geocaching.com admin

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Chief Creamer Cache

A cache by KermitDFrog Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 01/31/2003
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

**THE CACHE IS NOT AT THE COORDINATES LISTED. IT IS A ONE MINUTE WALK AWAY** It's a micro cache so bring your own pen and don't plan on leaving much. Enjoy.

My older brother Chief used to live in this general area. Along the way you will visit a few of the places of which he has the fondest memories.

There are four waypoints involved, at each clues will take you to the next.

Waypoint 1
Start at the start. When you can and can't park here is mandated by this Emeryville ordinance. AB-CDE. (Fill in the numbers)

Waypoint 2
37 49.(2B-A)(B-E)(D)
122 16.(D+E)(B-A)(B)
At this next location they might not let you in if you aren't FG years old or if there are this many people already inside, HIJ.

Waypoint 3
37 49.(I-G)(2F+H)(G)
122 16.(F+H)(2H-G)(I-H)
The street number of this establishment is KLMN.

Waypoint 4
37 49.(2K)(M-1)(L)
122 16.(2K+L)(N)(3M-5K)
From this point to find the cache proceed at a heading of FAL degrees as many feet as there are faces nearby and look around.

Original Contents: Piece of mirror, bottle opener, mini stereo fuse, good fortune, faux gold necklace, and folded paper on which to log one's visit.

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