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Found it six-pac found Cache Experiment #2

Monday, January 14, 2008Pennsylvania

9:45 PM
After my shocking experience at Experiment #1, I was determined to discover the madness that was at foot in the woods. I quickly drove the Mystery Van down the road to a dead end. Clutching my Piece of Mind and some worthless SWAG, I left my transport behind and started down the dark and foreboding path towards the spot that I knew concealed a horrible secret. A surreptitious trial that was sure to change the way of the Geocacher for all times. What horrors would I uncover in the darkness? What ghastly turn of events would I experience? What… what was that glowing in the night?! There are more of them! Gads! It must be a horde of hungry ravenous wolves or worse! Those we do not speak of are HERE!
No… It’s just some hunter’s fire tack trail. Whew! Well, I’m close now. Where could this elusive container be? Is it here? Is it there? Wait, I think I see it… YES! That is IT! Now I will see what only a mad scientist could think of hiding in the deepest of forestry! I tear open the box and gasp as I gaze upon…
FTF # 2 for the night! I can’t believe it. What is this CO doing to the world! Will it never end? I blazed out onto the trail again and peered back from whence I came. Then I turned and looked to where I knew I must go. My eyes dropped to my GPSr and I knew in a moment, I could not go on. The strain of my journey was too much for me. I could not bear the distance with the knowledge I now had in my head. I must find the last two experiments! But it would not be tonight. I turned back to my van and returned to my dwelling, alive and content to wait for another day of caching.

infoThis is the original cache type consisting, at a bare minimum, a container and a log book. Normally you'll find a tupperware container, ammo box, or bucket filled with goodies, or smaller container ("micro cache") too small to contain items except for a log book. The coordinates listed on the traditional cache page is the exact location for the cache.
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