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Hail To The Chief - 5
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In recognition of the 2004 Presidential election we are
establishing a series of caches dedicated to the Presidents
of the United States . Each of these caches contains a
wooden puzzle piece on which one of the Presidents is pictured.
Each of our Hail To The Chief caches has been hidden at a location* that is in some way related to the President that is pictured on the puzzle piece or listed on the log. See if you can figure out the relationships as you search for caches in the series.
* For example, the cache housing John Adams could be located
on Adams Street (it isn’t, or at least not yet anyway), or at a location
that shares the name of his birthplace, or his nickname, or….you
get the idea.
If there is a game or an event going on, this one could
be a real bear. The cache is a magnetic key
holder containing a log with the President's information written at the top of the log.
Please do not remove the puzzle piece from the cache –
it is not a trade item.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:56 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
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