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Sculpture or Split-level?

A cache by Plaidbeard's Crew Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 8/22/2003
1 out of 5
1 out of 5

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Geocache Description:

This has got to be one of the strangest dwellings we’ve ever seen. It’s a work in progress, it’s Frank Lloyd Wright meets Star Wars, it’s even been written up in an architectural digest.

Inspiration for this cache came from finding 4-27-15 by Alchemist2000 and Code Poet. To claim this one, email us the answers to these questions: What are the names of the cross streets at the intersection directly across from the cache, and what colors are on the street signs? (As usual, do not post your answers on this website.)

While you’re up there, check out the fairy tale/Middle Earth type of place across the street and three doors down, designed by the same man.

(Sure it's easy. But that's not the point here.)

This cache was placed by a member of the
Texas Geocaching Association.

Texas Geocaching Association

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