Latest Release:
9/14/2009
Version: 1.4
Price: Free
(release notes)

 

Attributes

Access or parking fee Stroller Accessible Accessible by public transit Public restrooms available Recommended for kids

License

Creative Commons License

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Pacific Garden Mall Bingo 

  • Average Rating: 4.5 stars
  • Created by: Touchstone
  • Submitted by: Premium Member Touchstone
  • Start at:  N 36° 58.632 W 122° 01.613
  • Location: California, United States
  • Play Time: 1 to 2 hours
  • Date Added: 8/17/2008 5:58 PM
  • Last Updated: 9/14/2009 5:04 AM
  • Downloads: 128
  • Completions: 4

A game of virtual Bingo in downtown Santa Cruz.

About This Cartridge

This Cartridge is centered around the historic Pacific Garden Mall in downtown Santa Cruz, California.  The purpose of this Cartridge is to collect Waymarking Icons from various Waymarked features in the downown area and score a Bingo.  This is a companion Cartridge to Geocache Listing GC1EQBC. 

Starting Location

The Clock Tower at the North end of the Mall. 

Recent Cartridge Logs:

Groundspeak Premium Member MaoMaoChong de Jia played it on 9/25/2010

Rating: 5 stars

A big group of us (at least a dozen) played this and had a great time after a Meet and greet event. It was my 8th cache type for the day! I was glad there was a group, because this wherigo freezes my Garmin Oregon right at the beginning, every single time. I think it's a Garmin bug. But we had other gpsrs and an iphone or something that could play it - the iphone made it pretty easy, because if you got it wrong it would give you the right answer. Hmmm. I'd like to try this again if they ever fix it on the Oregon.Thanks a lot for making this. We all had a lot of fun!

[Log Edited by MaoMaoChong-de-Jia on 2/11/2014 6:00:37 PM]

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Groundspeak Charter Member forman played it on 11/30/2008

Rating: 4 stars

We came down to drop the kid off @ UCSC. Thought we would try this Wherigo. Had a fun time but as usual I do it the hard way. We went for the Black Out. We had a nice walk around town.
I like the Waymarks but I am glad there is a ignore feature.
TFTWIG, Don & Donna

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Groundspeak Premium Member geodarts played it on 10/13/2008

Rating: 5 stars

Locationless caches were one of the fun parts of the game, but I have never been a fan of waymarking. Nor am I much of a bingo player. But put them all together and this was fun, although I am afraid that waymarking remains a mystery to me.

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