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Tour of Mohawk - Part 2

A cache by mohawk college and Warlord Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 03/23/2005
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Small happy face sandwich container with small trade items. Mohawk items are free with no trade necessary

Welcome to the “Tour of Mohawk” where you will be lead to all the campuses to complete a puzzle to find the finale. In order to find each cache you will need to answer some questions about Mohawk. For instance did you know that prior to 1967 that Mohawk College was the Provincial Institute for Textiles, established in 1940. All answers to the questions can be found on the Mohawk College website at The caches contain puzzle information to be placed in the circuit diagram attached to the finale cache page. To solve the puzzle and find the final cache you will need to brush up on basic electricity. So enjoy and happy caching!!!!!

The above coordinates are not the cache coordinates. To find the cache you will need to answer this question and then add the answer to the North and subtract from the west.
Parking is available at the mohawk sports park for this cache.

Question: How many medals have mohawk won upto 2004?

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