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Bonus Cache for "Great Smoky Mountain Travel Bug Campground", I like places travel bugs hang out.
This is the second in a series of Caches I'm putting out as "Bonus" Caches. By this I mean that these little micro caches will be put fairly close to other caches as a "Bonus" for finding those. I decided to try this because there are several caches that are placed a long ways from other caches and some people don't want to drive the distance or have the time to spend to get that one cache. This way they will get a second cache out of the deal and maybe a little incentive to find the full size cache near by. I am only going to place these micro's near other caches I liked for what ever reason. Normally near a full size cache, not another micro. The coordinates are the average of 1000 readings taken over a long period of time with a 6 foot accuracy. The cache container is an Altoids canister.
7-12-05: I have upgraded the difficulty another half star due to the no finds being posted. I didn't think this was that hard, but I guess I know exactly where it's at hehehe.
7-02-06: The Great Smoky Mountain Travel Bug Campground has been renamed and moved down the road a bit, but I am going to keep this one up just because I like it and there is a lot of history with this cache. Ask me and I will tell you about it.
Zntargvp. Lrf, zntargvp! Vs n zntarg jba'g fgvpx gb fbzrguvat, qba'g ybbx gurer.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum