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by DudleyGrunt
(Finds: 41  Score: 115.5)    (Hidden: 19  Score: 46)

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Coordinates (WGS-84 datum)
N 38° 53.368'   W 077° 02.111'
Pentagon,   District of Columbia   20301
United States    Near By Caches

Hidden On: 14 Apr 2010
Waypoint (Landmark): N02CF6
Open Cache:  Unrestricted
Cache type:  Virtual
Cache size:   Unknown

Difficulty: gps gps (easy)
Terrain: gps (easy)


This is a "loctionless" cache and is not located at the listed coordinates. Additionally, it is (naturally) only available on Navicache and is not crosslisted on any other site.

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Your mission: Find a location that has "Navi" as part of the name. Post the coordinates and a photograph of yourself and your GPS with the sign bearing the name. Navi should be the first part of the name, or at least the first part of one of the words in the name. Remember, the name of the cache is "Navi What?"

Please also give us a bit of information on the location.

There are a variety of locations you could use. I have found various doctors with the first name Navi, various businesses, and I'm sure there are streets and towns.

I'd even allow for "Navi-something" found on the side of a truck or other vehicle, as long as you can get the appropriate photo and coordinates.

I am also taking on the challenge and will post a photo as an example as soon as I can make it to a qualifiying location.

Deine Aufgabe: Finde einen Ort, der "Navi" im Namen hat. Poste die Koordinaten und ein Bild von Dir und Deinem GPS-Gerät zusammen mit einem Schild des Orts. "Navi" sollte der erste Teil des Namens sein, oder wenigstens der erste Teil eines Wortes im Namen. Denke an den Cachenamen: "Navi Was?"

Lasse uns auch ein wenig über den Ort wissen.

Es gibt eine Vielzahl an Möglichkeiten für solch einen Ort. Ich habe zum Beispiel mehrere Ärzte mit dem Vornamen Navi gefunden, mehrere Geschäfte und ich bin mir sicher es gibt auch entsprechende Straßen, Städte oder Dörfer.

Ich würde sogar "Navi-irgendwas" an einer LKW- oder Autoseite akzeptieren, solange es mit entsprechendem Bild und Koordinaten ist.

Ich werde mich auch der Herausforderung annehmen und ein Foto als Beispiel posten, sobald ich an eine geeignete Stelle komme.

(Danke, KFL)

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I found it! 30 Sept 2012 by  Cachew Knutz  (Finds: 2  Score: 5)    (Hidden: 0  Score: 0)
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We tried for a Navicache traditional cache about a year ago but it had been lost and since it was the only one listed within 40 miles of us, we never bothered to try for others. But DudleyGrunt has challenged us to be well-rounded, so we are tackling this cache, one of his locationless caches listed on Navicache.

We were headed from Fredericksburg, Virginia, to Cobb Island, Maryland, future site of a Nautical Knutz cache by the Cachew Knutz, and stopped to snap this picture of the crew (using our GPSr/camera) at Navigator Lane in Dahlgren, Virginia. The street sign in the picture is at N38°21.331' W077°03.178'. This is a great location, not just because of the cool street name, but also because it is so close to a terrific local resource, the former Dahlgren Railroad.

The water tower in the picture sits right beside what is now the Dahlgren Railroad Heritage Trail (www.friendsdrht.org) that the Cachew Knutz hope will soon be an open public recreational trail, since the Cachew Knutz are also Railroad Knutz (www.coord.info/GC2PP3K).

[Modified 2012-10-02 14:00:54]

  cameraNavigator Lane

I found it! 29 Feb 2012 by  tripman1  (Finds: 95  Score: 281.5)    (Hidden: 9  Score: 32.5)
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This one turned out to be quite a challenge. I went to 3 other sites, all of which had gone out of business. I don't think it would be wise to use Navi when starting a business. I visited this final location and it was very appropriate. The are in the business of shipping "caches" all around the world. Thanks DudleyGrunt for this fun and challenging virtual.



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