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Morning Run #3 - Hydrogen Warning

A cache by Kenny162 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/10/2005
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I've been running a 4 mile loop through this area with a buddy of mine early morning twice a week since August of '04. We start near Wal-Mart about 6:45am and either run under 237 or take the overpass depending if it rained the night before.

This is another cache along our running course where we would be heading north by now. Nearby is a VTA bus yard where they have started to use hydrogen fuel-cells to power 3 new buses that went into service on bus lines 45 and 47. The bus engine features a fuel-cell, an electrochemical device that converts hydrogen gas and oxygen from the air into electricity, heat and water. If you hear a loud alarm, run faster! Update July 2015: The Warning sign is gone, so I think they discontinued the program.

Please place cache back as you found it and you will need to bring a pen to sign the log.

If I see you lurking around when we run by, I'll say hi.

Continue north to the pedestrian/bike path and use it to cross back over the creek and back to your starting point.

Hope you enjoyed the trail!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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