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Boggy area through the woods next to Morrison Spring. Terrain rating could go up more if there is a bit of flooding.
Located in Walton County along the 170-mile Choctawhatchee River, Morrison Spring is an undeveloped second magnitude spring famous for its abundance of freshwater eels. Surrounded by cypress trees, the spring’s large underwater caverns attract scuba divers from around the nation. The property is managed by Walton County as a county recreational park. Go to "Google" and search "Morrison Spring" for more information.
The cache you're looking for is a Nalgene-type water bottle that has been camouflaged to blend in with its surrounding.
I used the bottle, because I learned those bottles are made with Lexan polycarbonate resin, which can leech harmful chemicals, causing health problems. You can find more information at: (visit link)
Original items included U.S. Air Force patches, stripes and other items. There is also a Budweiser coin supporting all us military serving in Operation IRAQI FREEDOM.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:33:42 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:33 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum