The Southern Cranbury Wood
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One of three caches in a series within this park, this is a kid friendly cache. Walk the woods seeking the clues that will lead you to the cache. Many trails and adventures lay within the wood.
The listing coordinates bring you to an active area on the large open green of Cranbury Park in Norwalk. This cache is hidden in the southern region of the Cranbury Wood. There is more than one way to decipher or find the necessary coordinates.
One way, is to complete one of the other two caches in this series; for in their log books are written the necessary coordinates. Another is to locate one of the travel bugs with the necessary information. One may also follow the clues listed below which were taken from the distances of the disk golf signs.
The secret coordinates are: N41 09.ABC W73 24.DEF.
“A” is the last digit of the ninth hole. “B” is the 1st digit of the short leg of the tenth hole. “C” is one less than PAR. “D” is a bust. “E” is the 2nd digit of the long leg of the fourth hole. If you can’t find the 4th hole, look for the 2nd numeral on the seventeenth basket. “F” is the second digit of hole fifteen which is PAR plus 1.
What could be simpler?
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum