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SGC San Jose

Hidden : 09/21/2003
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Geocache Description:

Any fans of Star Gate SG-1 (or the movie) would love this place!

The Star Gate Command in Colorado Springs has been taken out by the Goa'uld, and the Russian's Star Gate needs a new Dial Home Device! SG-1, the main off-world exploration team, consisting of Col. O'Neil, Dr. Jackson, Maj. Carter, and Teal'C have to find a way to take back the SGC!

Dr. Jackson has come to San Jose, CA to do some critical research in order to determine if there's another working DHD on Earth that the SGC can use to fend off the Goa'uld.

He found something important at the Rosicrucian Egyptian museum, but mysteriously disappeared before he could inform the rest of his team. His last known coordinates are listed above. The remaining SG-1 team must travel to San Jose, CA to figure out what happened, and hopefully recover a DHD to save planet Earth!

The cache container is a round parmesan cheese container with camo tape on it.

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Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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