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Beautiful nature trail beside a tranquil creek through native wetlands
The nature trail is 100% wheel chair accessible. Enjoy it feet-dry to within six inches of the cache but be prepared to wade in knee-deep water to actually find the cache. Take shoes you don't mind getting wet.
PLEASE SHOVE THE CACHE BACK DEEP INTO ITS HIDING NICHE BEFORE LEAVING.
PLEASE SECURE LID TIGHTLY - FIGHT WATER INFUSION.
Well hidden. When you arrive at the coordinates the cache will probably be about six inches under your feet.
Use discretion not to reveal the cache to bystanders as there are often kids swimming within sight. To get away from many prying eyes take the cache under the boardwalk or hand topside for examination. Take your swimming suit and splash around if you want, or take a tube and float downstream to nice picnic area and back to your car.
Best entry is through nice picnic pavilion, 0.3 miles ESE.
On weekends get Glen the golf-cart mounted cop to show you the raccoons and owls and turtles, and tell him hi from the Bos. He can also help you find the cache.
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- Nearby swimming holeTake a swimming suit and splash around...
- MAJOR HINT...within one foot of the cache.
- O W LOthers are nearby.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum