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Tracy Triangle #1

A cache by Book Bug Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 4/15/2006
1 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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This is one of nine in a series, the trick is to do all nine in under one hour, report your best time but remember I know how long it took me to place them driving the speed limit and I didn't have to sign logs so you can't beat my time. This is not something I would let the kids do, even though there are safe places to park for each cache, it is still near highways that are very busy at times. The clues will probably make more sense if you go 1-9. No cache, sign log only, bring pen!

Tracy is in a triangle of three freeways, 5, 580, & 205. At the three corners there are shortcuts, so listen to your GPS, also remember there are signs, hints, and clues for each cache. Don't overshoot your turnoffs, it's better to be short, otherwise it's a long way around or back!

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