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Men of the World 1
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A Micro about the size of a film canister.
The given coordinates are bogus. This is the first cache in the CTPT "Men of the World" series. To obtain the correct coordinates, you must first find two secret digits, one for the North coordinate, and one for the West coordinate. These two digits will be from 0 through 9 inclusive, and they will be different. Once you have found a secret digit, you must add the digit to the second-to-last digit of the minutes of the respective coordinate. For example, if the given coordinates are N11 22.333 and W044 55.666, and the two secret digits are 5 and 6, then the REAL coordinates will be N11 22.383 and W044 55.726. There are two clues. The first applies to the North coordinate and the second applies to the West coordinate. It is best to look at all caches in the series before attempting to find the secret digits.
Ponder the following verses.
I went to town a-shopping
And Henry came along
I bought him cakes and ice cream
And he gave me a song
Chuck was in the kitchen
The dog was in the well
Old Nell was with the doctor
And the preacher rang the bell
(No hints available.)
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:26:23 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:26 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum