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Saturday, August 31, 2013Wisconsin

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My 2nd trip back from yesterday. It was just to darn hit and bright and searched every where but one area. Yes the coordinates were off WNW about 20 ft from GZ. Had a strange elder muggle lady caring pepper spray approach us. We educated her about the great adventure if GeoCaching. She was concerned we were going to take the padlock away from the end of the metal guards. We said it could be a disguise which it wasn't. She is going to look this up on the Internet because she didn't "stick" around for the find. We really wanted to show her. Thanks who ever put in a new log a couple people ago. Yes it is a wicked hide. This is a good end of the month of August 31 day in a row cache to find for Team Pickleball. I dedicate this one to our teammate GeoJune49 who went to watch the "Badgers" play instead of playing great games if Pickleball this morning and then go out together for our 31st cache. I hope the Badgers loose :) anyhow having our master man Dan alias "Blade Runner 2" as another set of eyes and a huge brain helped to locate this wicked hide. TFTDC. SL. WooHoo, 31 days in a row with a find. Thank you fairy godfather and mothermoon (and all the grandmotherspiders making me shiver at this site). Yikes
Marked this one as a horrible, FAVORITE :)

nigissis & BladeRunner2 -GeoJune49. GO PICKLEBALL!31 dog days of August with 31 days in a row of found caches. We did it, Team PickleBall. nigissis and BladeRunner2 Ah the sweet smiles of success. 8/31/13

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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