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The original container was replaced with a smaller container, after being muggled a few times. Now cache contains only a log and pencil. This cache is hidden a few feet off a paved walking trail. The terrain quickly becomes tough just a step or two beyond the cache. No real bushwhacking required. Limited parking nearby.
There once was a fellow named Jim. He was introduced to geocaching, and all of the first finds he made were traditional caches in the woods. He said, wow this is easy, you get to the general area look for a pile of sticks and bark at the base of a tree and just uncover the cache. Well as things went on he found that not all caches are created equal and some can pose quite the challenge to find. (try finding his hide, "Flip-side creek", it's quite the challenge and close by this hide). This cache is for you Jim and so aptly named, "Just for Jim". Enjoy.
Newly released TB "Rubber Duckie"
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum