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The Race to Be FTF - OU0004

 The cache is NOT at the posted coordinates!

Hidden by  kedge

N 32° 50.505' W 97° 07.770' (WGS84)

 Coordinates in Other Systems
 Location: United States > Texas
 Cache Type: Quiz
 Size: Micro
 Status: Ready for Search
 Date Hidden: 11 August 2010
 Date Created: 18 August 2010
 Last Modified: 18 August 2010
 Waypoint: OU0004
 Also Listed On: Geocaching.com

 


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To obtain the coordinates, you must complete the puzzle located at http://eringal.com/RaceToBeFTF/Start

The puzzle is a story in the style of the Choose Your Own Adventure books from the 1980s and 1990s. If you were a kid during those decades, there's a good chance you read a few of these books. If you aren't familiar with these books, don't fret, this puzzle is not difficult and does not require that you have ever read one of these books.

The cache is a small pill bottle with just enough room for a log and some tiny swag. BYOP. I stuffed as much as I could into the container, including a TB.

Congrats to fijicat and raylenemo for the Co-FTF!

You can check your answers for this puzzle on Geochecker.com.

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3 12 September 2014 TommyGator Comment

This is a COOL puzzle!  I was just looking over some Texas OCs, saw this one, and thoroughly enjoyed the solve.  Now, all I have to do is get over there from Dayton, OH!

3 18 August 2010 kedge Comment

Good suggestion! I've added a link on both the start and end pages to OC.US. Thanks for checking out the puzzle!

3 18 August 2010 glorkar Comment

Yea!  I'm FTSOOCUSBNFTF! (first to solve on opencaching.us but not first to find)

Fun story!  I used to read those books all the time when I was younger.  Wish I was closer so I could actually grab this one (even though I wouldn't be FTF Tongue out

You might want to add a link at the end of the story to the OC.US page in addition to the GC one you already have.