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Quebec: Functional Art 2?

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Hidden : 4/2/2006
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1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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An easy 2-stage multi in the heart of Eden Prairie's functional art district.

Here is an area that the city of Eden Prairie is quite proud of. This is the functional art and architecture district, and its such a gem that the city maintains a high quality trail thru here. You can be sure that when its time to extend light rail, there will be a big fight over closing this section of trail down in order to do it.

Proceed to the first stage cache. Here you can view many functional art forms in their infancy. Experience a diverse array of shapes with a fine patina that is hard to achieve in a studio setting.

Who owns this exhibition center? Find his name on the far side of the exhibit. He prefers to work in oil. To compute the coordinates of the final cache, add up the letters in the owners name, using A=1, B=2, C=3, ... Z=26. Call that number "SUM". The last three digits of the latitude are SUM+123, and the last three digits of the longitude are SUM+438. Proceed to the final micro cache at these coordinates:

N44.53. __ __ __ (SUM+123)
W93.27. __ __ __ (SUM+438)

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