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Test Your Skills(fall fest 2004)
Saturday, September 25, 2004
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We all have that one type of cache that we all have trouble with, or dislike. Well guess what, just to make things fun we have made a course of all types of caches. You may have to use all your caching skills on some of these, some may be easy and some might be hard. The object here is to test your skill and have some fun. If you manage to conquer the course there is a final bonus cache which might test all the skills at the same time. Here is how the games works, you will be given a list of all the coordinates for all the caches, then inside each one will be a number or a clue that will be used to locate the bonus cache.If you choose to do all the caches and go after the bonus bring back the special token (one per team) and receive your reward. If you don’t go after all the caches bring your sheet back and we will award points for the number that you find (make sure to write down the number or clue to get credit).
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