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Happily Ever After

A cache by Bear_Left Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/04/2003
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

The culmination of a cache-fest of eight caches (Snow White and the seven Dwarfs) set by some of the caching elite of NSW!(yes you can still find this cache, after finding the OTHER 8)

The cache isn't at these coordinates; you need to find the Magic Words to learn where it is!

Once upon a time there were eight caches, and they contained Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Each cache was set by a different team, and they each contained a card with a picture and some magic words on it. Geocachers from far and wide looked high and low and under all manner of things, trying to find these caches and the magic words.

Then one day, a lucky and determined team had found all the caches and had all the magic words. Quickly they clicked on the Bears' website and found a page that was just right, and they learned the way to Happily Ever After, using all their magic words.

Since they liked stories so much, they were allowed to go to Banjo's place and order a nice meal and eat it all up.

The next team to find the words got to go to Paddy's place and buy some stuff to use to find even more caches.

Then all the other caching boys and girls were still allowed to use the magic words, and write their names in the story book.

After all, all the best stories end with...

Happily Ever After.

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