UPDATE: The cache is still hidden – More clues can be found on our new blog post.
For the month of July, I have hidden another geocache near the Museum. To nurture the “inner pirate” of our readers, it is a treasure – a vial of cut and polished colored gem stones. Additionally if you produce the vial at Museum Services (ask them to contact firstname.lastname@example.org) you will receive Museum passes and admission to The Nature of Diamonds exhibit.
The first step is to find the GPS coordinates listed below. Once you have found this spot, a compass is needed to steer a course of 084 degrees magnetic. The number of paces is equal to the automobile license plate prefix for my hometown of Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (That’s a bit of trivia that will require an Internet search.)
|N 29 degress 43′ 16.7″
W 95 degrees 23′ 20.5″
The usual rules regarding geocaching apply: no digging, dismantling or destruction is necessary, nor is there any trespassing or climbing involved.