We got to stage one and wrote down the numbers we needed and headed off blissfully following the arrow on the GPSr passing a couple and their 2 dogs looking for shells on the way.
When we got about 60 feet away from stage 2 the arrow pointed to the public use/CIA, but it was perpendicular to our path and we could see the object in question, but couldn't get there from where we were.
We turned around headed back the way we came, passed stage 1 again and by the dog couple who still had there heads down looking, making a beeline for stage 2.
Solving for stage 3 we subtracted a 1 instead of 3 for the first letter and that made made the GPSr point back over where we just came from. Back tracking again passing stage 1 once again and the heads down shell hunters for the third time. A 1/3 of a mile later the needle was now pointing, because of the approaching high tide, into the water.
Rechecked our numbers and realized our mistake. Re-entered the correct coords and you can guess where they pointed, that's right, back where we were just a short time ago. I know this couple were dedicated to the business of hunting for shells because on the forth time by they still hadn't looked up at us. By the stage 1 sign again and over to the spot where the final stage should have been.
We were led right to where there was a geopath through the under brush and we searched and searched and came up empty. I backed up about 75 feet let the GPSR settled and followed it right to a second swath through the underbrush lining the path about 15' from the original spot. Both of us looked and looked and looked but couldn't find any tupperware.
For something that advertised no bushwacking needed we sure didn't find any spot that fit the bill, we did find plenty of places that had been bushwacked.