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Monday, 12 November 2012Illinois

FTF @ 8:00AM

When I saw this one pop last night, I didn't know what kind of epic adventure that naturefreeks4 had in store for me. As there was still some time before the park closed, I headed over and started to work this one before the snow was set to fly (you should have seen it, I got to experience it on my way home from the area of waypoint three). When I got to WP1 GZ, I got to work finding and solving the puzzle. As I had seen one of theses in West Bend, WI a few months ago, I solved it quickly. This got me in the hunt for waypoint 2. I didn't expect to see that it was where it was but I still had some time to play with so I bit. Once I arrived at WP2 GZ, I was presented with a different puzzle and I got to work. After a short time, I had the puzzle solved and headed off to waypoint three and went to it the only way I knew. In that direction, I was presented with a gate that was now locked since my previous time in this area so I had to figure out a different way. Once at my WP3 GZ, I looked for quite some time until I noticed that I was now in the park after it was closed so I left. I was able to get back home (with a little bit of snow coming down) and started to double check the coords that I had written down and discovered that I had typed them into my phone slightly incorrect but I was not too far off from where I was supposed to be.
This morning saw me rise early and prepare to make a run at finding the final and I arrived in the park at the better approach angle that I had found last night. A short hike later and I was at the proper WP3 GZ and made the find. That is when I was presented with a new puzzle and solved it with not too much problems.

I grabbed the FTF prize and discovered the TB I found inside after which I packed everything up and went after some other FTF possibilities in the area. Thank you for placing this awesome multi to add to the area! [white]{*FTF*}[/white]

infoA multi-cache ("multiple") involves two or more locations, the final location being a physical container. There are many variations, but most multi-caches have a hint to find the second cache, and the second cache has hints to the third, and so on. An offset cache (where you go to a location and get hints to the actual cache) is considered a multi-cache.
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