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This cache has been archived.

winini: I am archiving this series of caches because I have not been able to keep up with the necessary drop rate to keep tokens in circulation. If you previously have "noted" that you found and signed the cache log, you can now log a "find" without the necessary tokens.

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101 TFTs - No Pair

A cache by winini Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 3/6/2005
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:


NOTE: This cache has TWO requirements to log a find. Read the description carefully.
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For those cachers who have met me in the field, you know that many of the occasions I am escorted by my two "seekers" Echo and Jazz. Echo is a toy fox terrier or TFT for short. Jazz is the son of Echo and is therefore 50% TFT and part chihuahua and minature pinscher.

All TFTs are more than 50% white below the collar and more than 50% dark above the collar. They can be black, tan and white. They generally range between three and seven pounds. As with most terriers, they are intelligent and easily trainable. My TFTs are so smart they know all kinds of tricks when I have a dog treat and can ignore me when I don't have any treats. Here's a conversation I had with them last week:

Me: Echo, what's on the top of a house?
Echo: Roof, roof!
Me: Very Good! Jazz, what's on the outside of trees?
Jazz: Bark, bark!
Me: Good! Echo, what does sandpaper feel like?
Echo: Ruff, ruff!
Me: Excellent! Jazz, who was the first President of the United States?
Jazz: You got me, I'm a dog! We don't run in schools like fish!

To log this cache, you must satisfy TWO requirements. You must find two of my signature tokens. But they must have two DIFFERENT dogs on them. As of this cache hiding, there are over 150 Echos running around but only 1 Jazz. So Jazz is the critical resource. You must then find the cache and sign it as usual and then post a picture of the two tokens that satisfy the requirement of two DIFFERENT dogs (no pair).

I will drop another Jazz a day until the FTF. Then Jazz tokens will go into general circulation. So, the FTF will be the first person who can post a picture of the two tokens and sign the cache. Please name the picture "Echo 999 and Jazz 999" (substituting the correct numbers of course).

The cache is a plastic tennis ball can that can hold small trade items. NO TRADING the tokens to another cacher. They must find different tokens to log this cache. I will strive to insure that enough tokens are in the field for everyone.

Jazz tokens will be hidden in the most logical locations if you were me. I assure you, this will be true.
Warren Yamaguchi aka winini

I initially rated this cache a 3/1 because of the challenge trying to locate the first Jazz tokens. Now after the FTF, I am downgrading the difficulty to 2/1 because you still have to find both tokens but they will be easier to locate.

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  • Echo tokenThis is what an Echo token looks like. He comes in three colors right now - yellow, clear and black.
  • Jazz tokenThis is what Jazz looks like. He'll be hiding and difficult to find at first.

124 Logged Visits

Found it 83     Didn't find it 4     Write note 34     Archive 1     Needs Maintenance 1     Owner Maintenance 1     

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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:58:09 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:58 PM GMT)
Rendered From:Unknown
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum

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