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Thursday, July 25, 2013Michigan

Drove up from the great state of Wisconsin to do some caching with two yooper friends in Escanaba today. This has been a milestone week...found my first chirp-enabled cache, my first wherigo, and hit cache #3400. Thanks to Todd300 for supplying the technology we needed to do this one. For a while, we didn't think it was going to happen. The coordinates didn't appear when we finished the last icon. Paula and I started searching nearby for the elusive least we were hoping it was nearby. But it wasn't...our disappointment was abated when Todd hooted that the coordinates suddenly and magically appeared on his device. YEAH!!! We drove off to find the container...Paula spotted what appeared to be a geobeacon and I spotted the container nearby. This was an interesting adventure and we certainly enjoyed our day exploring Esky and all the new geocaches in the area. TFTC

infoA Wherigo geocache uses your Wherigo cartridge to lead you ultimately to the physical geocache location. The cartridges must reside at If a cartridge is used as a requirement to find a geocache, it is considered a Wherigo cache, regardless of whether it may also have a puzzle or multi-cache component.
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