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Didn't find it SoDakZak couldn't find A Real Challenge (Muther's Challenge)

Saturday, July 22, 2017Illinois

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tips fedora

Fuzzy B you stumped me. You've humbled me and confused me and entertained me for 12 hours today alone.

I drove in at 2am to test my UV light theory, confident I had a good idea. Alas I did not, and as I awoke at 7am and knew after my initial theory that I was in the same boat as everybody else.... I started my day. I cleaned all the seams between the concrete, and looked them over countless times. I cleaned out around the posts again and again. I touched and poked and prodded every nook and cranny and crack.... needless to say most spider webs are gone. The place is clean. A fresh slate to all who come next. A week ago, I decided I would tackle this challenge and I came up empty handed. But I don't return home defeated, just with a new respect for your cunningness. I pushed on social media to get this cache a little more exposure and it worked, you're now over 1,000 people watching this.... it deserves it. As far as I could find this is the third most watched cache... behind the space station and only a couple hundred behind the hydrothermal vent one on the earth floor. Maybe we should make a push for passing that into second place?? I find it hilarious that first is in outer space, second is at the bottom of the ocean, and third is in a rotting park shelter in a grassy field in rural Illinois.

Oh, and on behalf of everyone who has traveled far and wide and for all who have spent hours searching, eaten lunch, dinner, breakfast and drank the search away with your cache steps away.....

Could we celebrate 1,000 watchers with another hint? 😜

All my Best,
-Zak

WHOOPSIES I SELECTED FOUND IT AT FIRST, NOT DNF

Simply Genius.Log photo uploaded using Cachly

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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