Path of Paths (GCQYFC)
by Geo-Bishop

Cache Type: Geocache|Traditional Cache GCQYFC (Visit Cache Page)
N 35° 39.372 W 105° 57.597
( 35.6562, -105.95995 )

Location: New Mexico, United States
Hidden: 2005-10-12
Cache Size: Cache Size: Regular
Difficulty: Difficulty full-point  Terrain: Terrain full-point

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Synopsis:
It's called the Path of Paths because this walking area seems to be a major intersection for a shortcut and there are paths crossing and criss-crossing each other.

Details:
This one really isn't that difficult. I actually placed it so that I could take a muggle friend of mine caching sometime in the future for them to find.

Initial contents are a 486 processor, cat picture hanger, chem light, Hard Rock Cafe Atlanta pin and other assorted odds and ends.

One thing, there are transients through here, so I recommend doing this during daylight hours.

Hint: (hover over pencil to decrypt) There are many trees, but only one is where this cache lies
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GPSr Comment:
http://gps.pcwize.com

Keywords:
path santa fe nm park, devtek, pcwize

Logs

OwenKL didn't find it on 2005-10-16

Didn't quite find it, but sure I was close. My GPSr said I walked right over the coords, but given the accuracy of my unit that's not encouraging. I'm almost certain I spotted the landmark for it, but the last 20 feet were up a steeper grade than I could climb with my cane, and rain was threatening. I'll be back and try from a different direction.


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