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The title says it all.
Most people who stand here probably don't have a GPSr in their hand, but then again, some may not know how to use it!
Those people will have driven to a new area, from interstate, or from southside to northside, and they don't know where they are. Of course we are generally more organised - we enter the waypoints, coordinates and route into our GPSr and away we go. Well, some people still need help, and in a growing area, some people need more help than others.
Then again there are those people (like me) who take an in-store, printed (i.e take with you) map from a shopping complex and look for the marker that says "you are here". Needless to say, those maps aren't as useful as my GPSr.
I had 2.9M accuracy when placing this cache, so there shouldn't be problems with the coordinates!
This is a magnetic micro, so BYO pen. Please make sure you replace the cache as you find it and advise if the log is full. You will feel exposed - this is a high muggle area (thus the higher terrain rating), with a large car park adjacent, and many people walking around during the daylight. Fortunately, many will just assume you are lost!
********* FTF: Steeba *********
Ubj znal obygf ner arprffnel gb frpher gur fvta?
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum