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Found it Sevencards found night owl

Tuesday, 23 April 2013Wisconsin

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Considering life has been keeping us very busy, I had to make time to do this cache. It all starts when my wife took me for a birthday dinner to an Irish themed restaurant in Kenosha, very similar to the one you "might" work at. ( I wont assume anything ). Both of these establishments definitely flaunt the concoct, or generous assets of the waitresses. What is not to like about the starting point here, a place like this usually does have great wings and a wide variety of adult beverages. I am not a group cacher because I like the reward of doing something by myself, but considering this cache posted on the night Waukesha had some interesting news going on about a homicide with the suspect still on the loose, I felt going with someone else would be a safer idea. I called R.B. to give this cache a whirl with me, the only time I could do it was after dark though. Fitting though searching for owls in the dark, is usually easier than during the day. It was on, a courtship tease sort of speak, I think. Sometimes I really do have a hard time understanding those French Canadian terms. Other times I really don't want to know what them Canadians are thinking, yet other times well.... anyway on with the cache.

GZ is where we met and started, as I pulled in RB was 10-23, so I pulled in saw the wpt before I got out of the car so I picked it up and brought it to him. Then after bearings were in order off to the next location. A little geochat here and well resisting temptations to visit, we shrugged off the art and were on our way. I did have the feeling though I would be singing the Star-Spangled Banner with the distance the next location, NOT O Canada. After the moving forward through the maze we ended up at GZ for the final, we searched and searched, I found the morning dove that Pharmteam spoke up, it was perched 3 ft above my head and was NOT moving from its location, it turned its head to say helloa couple times as my flashlight shined it and of course I had to point this out to R.B. We were both in awe especially after we found the final container and signed our names to the log. I am glad R.B brought his gps along because the last few caches I have done are with my phone and the app, not as user friendly as having a handheld unit.

Thank you for another fun cache, I will have to revisit this location sometime soon with a few others who enjoy this atmosphere. Let us know when you would like us to stop! TFTC SL

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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