... and you will nee to BYOB in order to discover the cache.
What does the 'B' stand for? That's the tricky part...and if you didn't bring the right 'B' you'll have to come back because there is no substitute. If you carefully study the white enclosure, you should find a hint.
PLEASE NOTE: The 'B' is NOT any type of hand tool. Using any type of hand tool will only cause damage to the cache. If what you are planning to use dosn't start with the letter 'B', don't even think of using it.
No hints until the Cache Prize has been claimed...it might be after the first cacher, it might be after the fifth or more. It all depends if each finder wants to keep this one at it's maximum difficulty. As long as there's some sort of cache prize left to be earned, there will likely be no hints. Feel free to take some of the prize and leave change. (please only post if a cache prize remains, but not how much is in the container)
The cache is hidden in a nice natural setting at one of the area's flood control project reservoirs...and it's a rather big body of water! There's a bit of a hike to get to this cache, but he area offers a number of other caches to grab on your trip(s).
The original contents are a logbook and a stash of Cache...the Cache Prize...er, Cash! (see above for what you can do with it) I hope this one is fun for all and not too much trouble