Latest Release:
Version: 1.1
Price: Free
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Bicycles are permitted Accessible by public transit Public restrooms available Recommended for kids Available at all times

Mr Magoo Cant Find His Car in MB 

  • Average Rating: 4.5 stars
  • Created by: Peter and Gloria
  • Submitted by: Premium Member Peter and Gloria
  • Start at:  N 49° 53.809 W 097° 03.835
  • Location: Manitoba, Canada
  • Play Time: Less than 1 hour
  • Date Added: 3/31/2013 6:57 AM
  • Last Updated: 8/6/2013 7:47 AM
  • Downloads: 137
  • Completions: 10

This Whereigo cartridge is a quickie to get you familiar with the basics of a Whereigo.

About This Cartridge

This Cartridge will lead you to a geocache of the same name, (GC48Q6A)
This was originally written by Ginny & Steve Team Stevecat for use in Temecula, Caifornia (GC3EDX4). With their permission, we have adapted it. 

Starting Location

Outside the Tim Hortons on Regent near Stapon 

Recent Cartridge Logs:

Groundspeak Premium Member okeeffek played it on 5/26/2014


Our first true Wherigo cache. We found one in Indiana last month, but used the alternate non - wherigo path provided by its CO to get there. This was more interesting. Thanks!


Groundspeak Premium Member ArtyLab & da Missus played it on 3/16/2014

Rating: 4 stars

We actually parked beside Mr Magoo. The stages were slow to load but everything work and the cache was easy to find. Thanks for the Wherigo.

[Log Edited by ArtyLab & da Missus on 3/16/2014 6:34:12 PM]


Groundspeak Premium Member rurbonas played it on 2/9/2014

Rating: 4 stars

This was my first Wherigo, so I don't have anything to compare to. Any problems that I did have, though, seemed to be related to my device and player, not the cartridge.

Thanks for putting these out in Winnipeg!


Groundspeak Premium Member CndCacher played it on 9/13/2013

Rating: 5 stars

First whereigo cache, that was fun and interesting. Thanks!


Groundspeak Premium Member OHMIC played it on 8/18/2013

Rating: 5 stars

I tried a Wherigo with a group of cachers at the Birds Hill Park event and used Grover's GPS to complete it.
At the event, missionMode mentioned there was an app for his Android phone so it got me thinking there might be one for the iPhone too.
Sure enough there was one and I downloaded it and decided to give it a try. Tonight, with OHMIC-Nat as my navigator, we managed to complete this one successfully!
Yay! I don't need to buy a new GPS or rely on a friend's GPS to do these ones anymore!
It took some times at a couple of spots to load the next stage but overall it worked very well.
Thanks Peter for making this unique caching experience available to us.


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