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Jose Gaspar's "The Pirate's Picnic" Cache

A cache by Jose Gaspar Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 5/31/2003
3 out of 5
3 out of 5

Size: Size: large (large)

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Geocache Description:

You'll need to find the treasure map before you'll be able to locate this cache!

Note: While this may be treated as a standalone cache, it is also part of the Jose Gaspar "Get A Clue" game. You do not need to play the "Get A Clue" game to search for this cache.

This cache will be archived sometime after August 3, 2003. Get it while you can!

Jose Gaspar, the Geocaching Pirate of Tampa Bay, has hidden a large treasure chest full of booty in Picnic Island park in Tampa.

Before finding the treasure, you must first find his map.  That's right, a real treasure map, with all of the clues needed to locate the treasure chest on it.

All pirate treasure chests are sealed tight with a lock, and this one is no different.  This Jose Gaspar treasure chest is locked with a combination lock.  After finding the map, you'll use it to locate three GeoTag clues in Picnic Island that are needed lead you to the chest and the combination to open it.

There are three phases to this adventure.  The coordinates above start the first phase.

Visit this page for more Phase I information.

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