In Pennsylvania, United States
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This cache is part of the “DCNR - Legacy of Conservation” Geocaching Trail (See "Related Web Page" link above). Collect all the Pennsylvania Legacy of Conservation cards – one from each of the 30 caches in the trail – and show them all at one of the validation centers to receive a Legacy of Conservation geocoin. This geotrail will be archived on June 30, 2013.
Named after a local clean water activist, Marion Brooks Natural Area is known for its stands of uncommon birch trees, extensive fields of blueberries, and some large white and pitch pines that survived the logging era. Okay, on to the cache: Using the information on the plaque in front of you, find the coordinates to the final cache. N41 15.ABC W78 1D.EFG Where: A = Number of letters in person’s first name B = Number of “O”s that are in her full name C = Number (one digit) that appears only twice on the plaque D = Number of angles in the shape of the plaque E = Last digit in the year she was born F = Last digit in the number of acres G = Same as D (To check your answer, add A through G. The total should equal 39.) The resulting coordinates will direct you to a built structure. Think like a geocacher and it should be easy.
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Last Updated: on 3/30/2013 8:38:42 PM Pacific Daylight Time (3:38 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum