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There are three Fourth Rules caches close together. They are similar and are part of a geography lesson.
This cache is part of an elementary school project to learn more about latitude and longitude and a part of our annual spring outing to Purgatory Park. This is our fifth year of geocaching.
Each student has placed a key in one of the three caches with his/her name or initials. When you log your find, please tell us whose key you took. We'll be tracking the cache during the summer and graphing the information when we're back together in the fall. Go find Fourth Rules "D" and "E" too!!!
Tell us anything else that you would like to share about your find or what you saw during your hike.
We welcome and encourage you to turn our keys into Travel Bugs. The kids love to track them on journeys around the globe.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum