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 [quote="Gray Boner"]This is a mystery cache so you already know that the posted coordinates are not for the cache location. The actual cache container is a magnetic nano. This is a tale that needs to be told. From it, you will learn of the journey on which you are about to embark. The starting point is in this tale but you must decipher where it is. It tells of Zero the Hero, a nobody with a silly name. You should know that Zero has accomplished very little in his short life. You should also know that often a guide like him is needed to lead you to your destination. Read the tale very closely because provided within are all the clues you will need. The tale only mentions our unaccomplished hero, Zero, because every journey needs a guide. But a good guide should have a useful strength. Is our hero’s strength more of a mental or physical nature? Is he here to give you clues, or to lend a helping hand along the trail? Perhaps the tale should stop asking you questions and try to be more of a source for answers. The answers you will need are indeed carefully hidden within the text of the tale. And even though he has outlived his usefulness in this short tale, a hero was needed to make the tale complete. We have reached the end of our tale and now you must solve the mysteries of this page and journey into the outdoors. _________________________________________________________ Skinny needs to find the treasure by getting GPS coordinates from the above puzzle. Example of coordinates: (N 42° 49.183 W 088° 12.359) Hint: 15 sentances in the tale = 15 digits in a set of coordinates. :-?[/quote]
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Gray Boner
Posted: Sun Nov 18, 2012 1:08 am    Post subject: 1

This is a mystery cache so you already know that the posted coordinates are not for the cache location. The actual cache container is a magnetic nano.

This is a tale that needs to be told. From it, you will learn of the journey on which you are about to embark. The starting point is in this tale but you must decipher where it is. It tells of Zero the Hero, a nobody with a silly name. You should know that Zero has accomplished very little in his short life. You should also know that often a guide like him is needed to lead you to your destination. Read the tale very closely because provided within are all the clues you will need. The tale only mentions our unaccomplished hero, Zero, because every journey needs a guide. But a good guide should have a useful strength. Is our hero’s strength more of a mental or physical nature? Is he here to give you clues, or to lend a helping hand along the trail? Perhaps the tale should stop asking you questions and try to be more of a source for answers. The answers you will need are indeed carefully hidden within the text of the tale. And even though he has outlived his usefulness in this short tale, a hero was needed to make the tale complete. We have reached the end of our tale and now you must solve the mysteries of this page and journey into the outdoors.

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Skinny needs to find the treasure by getting GPS coordinates from the above puzzle. Example of coordinates: (N 42° 49.183 W 088° 12.359)
Hint: 15 sentances in the tale = 15 digits in a set of coordinates.