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G-Town, or Bust?
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Note: This is an offset cache located in an extremely high muggle area only several hundred feet from the listed coordinates, and is recommended to be found at night. You must locate the bust in order to get yourself to the cache, which is a very small round lock-n-lock container with minimal room for trade items. Very small travel bugs will fit. Please bring your own pen/pencil. This cache is a long reach, so please make sure to return it to its original spot which is well out of view.
Once you have located the bust, take the month the bust was dedicated (i.e. January is 1, February is 2...) and SUBTRACT it from the last digit of the latitude. Then take the last two digits of the year the bust was dedicated and add them together. Then take the resulting number and SUBTRACT it from the last two digits in the longitude. Your new coordinates will lead you to the cache (remember it is only a few hundred feet away).
Once you are finished caching, take a minute to enjoy one of the many restaurants or shops in Georgetown, take a walk along the canals, or rent a kayak from the nearby boathouses.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:26:43 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:26 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum