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(THE CACHE IS NOT LOCATED AT THE LISTED COORDS!!)
The WEZL (Workstation Encrypted Zebibyte Lifeform) 9000 is an artificial intelligence that controls the systems of the Weasel's geojeep and interacts with the geojeep's crew. Being a computer, WEZL has no distinct physical form, though is visually represented as a red television camera eye located on equipment panels throughout the geojeep. WEZL became operational on 28 February 2013 at the WEZL Laboratories in Marion, IA as production number 3.
Do you have what it takes to outsmart the WEZL 9000 super geocaching computer to get the coordinates to where the cache is located?
Click here to turn on the WEZL 9000....WEZL 9000
(Or click on the "Related Web Page" at the top of this listing under the difficulty ans terrain.)
The WEZL 9000 super geocaching computer has been loaded with over 100 responses to some questions you might ask in order to get the coordinates/location to the final where you can find the geocache. Some of the answers you get will be helpful, but them some of them will be just humerous. Some of the answers might poke fun at you, but my no means do not take those answers seriously as they are just in fun.
This is one of those caches that you will either get lucky right out of the shoot and get on a roll with asking the right questions, or it could take a person a while to figure out and have you pulling your hair out. I will be monitoring the questions that gets asked of the WEZL 9000, so if I see questions being asked, I might add those as well. Hopefully with over 100 questions you will get all the answers your looking for.
The concept of this geocache was borrowed from a fanugler cache called. ....Digger Does
***NOTE: The IS a tree climber, so please cache within your own safety boundries and comfort level***
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Last Updated: on 10/19/2015 5:30:12 PM Pacific Daylight Time (12:30 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum