Looks like an adventure alright but have you ever checked out cache pages from Russia.
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Russia- GCK3J4, no attempts to find, placed July 2004, rated only a 3 X 2
Russia- GCGNDP, no attempts, placed Aug 2003, rated only 1X1
Russia-GCGEKX, there are some notes but no smileyface logs, Placed Jul 2003, rated 1X4 (states it's a 9 hr walk IF there is no snow)
Russia-GC827C, no attempts, placed Jul 2002, rated 4 X 2
(4 Star RED transformer box? Good grief how hard could that be to spot in a ghost town? I guess a simple "Griswolds" cache would rate well over a thousand.
Russia- GC91A1,no attempt, placed Sept 2002, yet rated only 2X1
Russia-GC14C3,no attempt YET, placed Jul 2001, rated only 2 1/2 X 3
Also, I hope you enjoy reading the cache description from the oldest cache in Russia, placedFeb 21 2001 (GC353) “This is a rarity I think. I've strayed from the rules as a tad bit, as there is no Logbook to sign, nor is there any actual Cache. Yet, look at the name of this site again, and once you find it, I think it will all become clear. ....We all know that this is a game to simply find the site, and this one, of three ( both in Indiana, USA), is my favorite. I hope you enjoy it, and good luck!”
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Sorry folks, but you give a hyper old man with a fever, waaay too much chicken soup plus an Internet connection and you get stuff like this. Ain’t life fun? BPNJ
Live a good, honorable life. Then when you get older and think back, you'll enjoy it a second time.