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cache type Throw Me a Line cache size

by skeeterbait2
(Finds: 14   Score: 59)   (Hidden: 5   Score: 28.5)

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Coordinates ( WGS-84 datum )
N 42° 59.294'   W 078° 37.998'
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Clarence ,    New York    14031
United States    Near By Caches

Hidden On: 24 Sept 2005
Waypoint (Landmark): N01BD3
Open Cache:    Personal use only
Cache type:    Multi-Part
Cache size:    Normal

Difficulty:   gps gps gps gps half gps (hard)
Terrain:   gps gps half gps (moderate)
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Placed in clarence escarpment you will need your best geo-skills to finish this one.Some legs are not accesible during very heavy rain and winter it will be disabled when the time comes.Do not rush while looking for this cache , you will indeed overlook some legs.The Final is a 30 cal ammo can and FTF gets a choice of either a MP3 player or Travel Bug Dog Tags not activated please choose one or the other.Put back each log as you found them or better you'll see what I mean.




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I found it! 26 Sept 2005 by  Cayuga Crew   (Finds: 77   Score: 289)   (Hidden: 2   Score: 8)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
Well there is a story to tell here I just don't know if I have any energy left to tell it. I saw this one listed this morning but could not get an early jump on it due to prior commitments. I did manage to stop by the area on the way home from a shopping trip on Transit Road. While there about noon time I snooped around the area of stage one without much success until Mrs. Cayuga shouted from the van to check the #$$%^&*???. I told her how crazy that was as no one would hide anything there and then went and checked and found it. Before I had the oppurtunity to even think about stage two Mrs. Cayuga enticed me back into the van by sweetly saying the words that warm my heart, seperation, divorce, alimony, child support... and off we went to the next stop on the honeydew trail.
Afetr finally completing my chores I was able to slip away about 4:00PM and return to the escarpment. As I plodded around the next stage I found some likely spots only to be dissapointed. Oh did I fail to mention the passing thunderstorms? I was surprised when I heard someone call out "Are you geocaching?" and turned suddenly to see Skeeterbait himself standing behind me with a funny grin on his face. We discussed the coords and decided that an something was amiss and although he didn't tell me anything more about the cache he did assist by idicating the approximate area of his zero which happened to be an area I had already searched. I was finally able to locate it about 25 minutes later focusing on the new zero. Skeeter left me and headed home after that and I headed to the next stage.

I think Skeeter left thinking that there was no way I was going to find stage 3 after watching me butcher the hunt at 2. Ha Ha Ha he didn't anticipate the luck of the Cayuga and after becoming distacted by a possible find which wasn't a find after all I was able to locate the clue and get moving as darkness fell upon the escarpment. I don't want to say too much about the rest of the hunt but I believe a straight line from 3 to 4 is not the best option, quickest maybe but certainly not the safest. It's a good thing this park closes at dusk play it safe abide by the rules.

I'll finish by saying I was standing near the final in the dark, sweaty, boots full of water, the real mosquitos nibbling on my neck and just plain tuckered out with the biggest damn smile I ever had after finding a cache. Took the TB tags as my reward and headed home to dry of and rinse off. Thanks Skeeter, good to see you got it posted here so quickly

[Modified 2005-09-27 05:27:54]

Note 26 Sept 2005 by  skeeterbait2   (Finds: 14   Score: 59)   (Hidden: 5   Score: 28.5)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
Ok I went back out and did some tweaking it still may need some as it was pouring rain and thundering I was soaked from head to toe also ran across another cacher nice timing I might add hope it gets approved now Good Luck !
Note 26 Sept 2005 by  skeeterbait2   (Finds: 14   Score: 59)   (Hidden: 5   Score: 28.5)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
This is temporary unavailable have to fix a couple legs on this one DO NOT ATTEMPT!!!!!!!!!
I could not find it. 25 Sept 2005 by  gof1   (Finds: 34   Score: 122.5)   (Hidden: 2   Score: 7)
     Open Log:    Unrestricted
Tried for this one at 5:00am could not find leg 1
then went to log our DNF and saw the "Do not attempt"
Well %$$#@
Things happen
looking forward to another attempt.
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