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Found it six-pac found Challenge of the Century: Small

Sunday, August 24, 2008Pennsylvania

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As I pulled into the lot, I saw a familiar vehicle with a GEO sticker on the back. Drat! They got here ahead of me!
I huffed it down the trail until I got close to the bush whack zone. There I could clearly see the entry point of the FTF seekers. I did my best to drop into stalking mode, but I just make too much noise. I could hear them talking just 30 feet away. When I got close enough to se them I called out "Bob! You can't find it like that!" I am fairly certain I heard some cursing then, but I can't be sure.
Oh what a good time I had then! It's a joy to banter back an forth over cache logs, but to do it in person... That is pure entertainment. I soon lead them away from the cache area by convincing them that my coords were better As it turns out, I transposed my coords and they were better off where they were before I arrived.
At one point I tested Bob's humanity and loyalty to the caching community by falling over backwards off of a rock towards Bob. Bless his heart! He tried to save me! I actually tried it to see what he would do. I can testify that Bob is a good hearted man who will sacrifice his own safety for the well being of others. Thanks Bob.
We searched all over for longer than I would have alone. I eventually found the cache, but said nothing just to see how long they would search while I lounged on a nearby rock. I gave in after a few minutes because it was sad to see Bob becoming so despondent over this cache. Jill was on it then and we soon had the log signed as a shared FTF. I dropped a TB headed for Connecticut and a coin. I grabbed the coin that was there.
On the way out I tried to give Bob a lesson in tree identification, but he wasn't listening. Thanks Bob & Jill for a fun hunt and the sticker! I had a great time, even if it was at your expense. You know I love you guys!
Thanks for a great afternoon PAHawkeye!

B&J "hiding"They look blurry because they just would not stand still.

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infoA Mystery Cache is the “catch-all” of cache types, this form of cache can involve complicated puzzles you will first need to solve to determine the coordinates. The only commonality of this cache type is that the coordinates listed are not of the actual cache location but a general reference point, such as a nearby parking location. Due to the increasing creativity of geocaching this becomes the staging ground for new and unique challenges.
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