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SPACE 2081 Cache Stats Detail

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So far, 80 of 81 caches in this series have been released with 1 remaining.

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[5.0/1.5] The Weeping Angels #2 (GC530F8)

First to Find: Zooming Boomers Total Finds: 19
Published: August 9, 2014 Total DNFs: 0
First Found: August 9, 2014 Ranking Bonus*: 0.4
Last Found: May 17, 2015 Location: Souderton, PA

Recent Logs:
Stamp My Art found it on May 17, 2015
#5427 @ 12:22:00 PM - Headed northward to meet up with my SPACE team Commanders Dryvitman17 and DEGoldy, along with Tman913 Space Private in training [;)] to avenge a previous DNF [:O] onboard Mothership for the 3 of us, and an opportunity for me to collect a few other SPACEy caches while I was out and about. I'm behind the crew, but hopefully I can catch up after a few more missions and be promoted to Lieutenant. [:P]

Wow, is it HUMID today: great for the plants, great for the mosquitos too, also great for [url=]slip-slidin' away[/url] on mossy rock, but not so great for people...whew it's hot!

4 of 4 - Last cache on my mission for the day. Beginnings of this puzzle came quick to me...ah familiar territory...had a bit of a sticking point but not for long, I was soon past that as well. I have to say the puzzley part was easy enough as a reiteration, but I do believe that field part was more difficult than the original! Well, at least it took more time than the first one I arrive at GZ a familiar place ...they really should do some maintenance around here though...I believe the last time I was here there were no children on the equipment, this time there was a young girl and her father was chatting on his phone nearby, both were too busy to notice me. I did need the hint on this one...things are so overgrown in areas that it has contributed to the safety of the hide, for now anyway. Didn't worry about the code since page said it was the same as the last time. [:D] Now, time to go take another shower ha ha! Too hot, too hot!

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DEGoldy found it on May 12, 2015
Today was the culmination of numerous trips gathering information, to find the location of the cache on this planet. The initial push came from Dryvitman with his excellent ciphering skills that got us started. Several trips to the area had us counting villages, letters, handicap parking spaces (I'm good at these), building types, store names, light fixtures, people's names, number of letters in the third word of the fifth uncle removed from the second cousin the park was named after. Hold on........ I'm getting light-headed.

Back now.......the hour on the clock (at what time?), and all the math, SHEESEH. And all this to find the TARDIS. Time And Relative Dimensions In Space? How can the interior be bigger than the exterior. Looks like a Police box in the UK. Telephone Booth to call the police or for Superman to change his clothes?

I digress again. Borrowed the DMan from work and assembled the rest of the crew to search for the final. And we did. Sure hopes this stays put. Signed the log, copied the code and returned with a bit more weight.

Thanks to the Space Crew for an exhausting journey and for placing this favorite cache.

chrisbrit found it on May 12, 2015
Reading this cache page, I was so excited. I grew up with "The Doctor". Indeed, I remember the original Dr. Who, and thinking that no one could ever replace him. He was played by William Hartnell, and I was not yet a teenager. But there have been many more "Doctors" since then and each generation makes it their own. So I thought the puzzle should be a breeze. In fact I knew a lot about the Weeping Angels also.
For some reason, none of that seemed to help, in fact if I had access to the Tardis, I would have climbed aboard for parts unknown and come back after DEGoldy had solved the puzzle by himself. Instead, using my knowledge of nuclear biophysical neurochemical necromancy, I was of great assistance working with the local great minds of ciphering, DMan and Goldy. The Geo-mobile had to be repainted a red-reflective shade of Tardis blue, so it was quite invisible while we toured the area making our notes and calculations for the final coords.
Many times, upon turning a corner, or stopping to make notes, I glimpsed a weeping angel from the corner of my eye. Fortunately I was not directly confronted, and so was able to complete the quest. At the final stage, I heard the familiar throaty growling of the Tardis and a haze of blue floated above the cache site.
Using the hint from the geo-checker we made the find, signed the log and replaced as found.

* Ranking Bonus: The bonus a finder gets for this cache based on difficulty and terrain in the weighted SPACE scoring; doubled + 0.1 for FTFs
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