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The cache IS at the listed coordinates.
Some folks think that long logs are a thing of the past, and after a long day of finding and logging, I would tend to agree. However, there are just some caches that have been "worthy" of a long log--whether because of the noteworthy trek, the worthiness of the cache hider, or the creativity of the cache.
Find the challenge cache. Log a "found" and include the GC# of the long log for credit.
* the long log should be a narrative that YOU have personally written. (No plagiarizing, please.)
* If you're writing a new long log (on a cache found after 9/14/2008), it must be at least 350 words long.
* Previous long log DO count as long as they are at least 225 words long.
* Edited logs DO NOT count; the log must have been written (and sent) to the cache owner in full on the day of the find.
* The long log you write CANNOT be on this cache.
* The cache you write about CAN be found on the same day as this challenge cache but does not need to be.
Things that can contribute to a long log: compliments to the cache hider, an explanation of how your trek to the cache was, losing a sandal in the mud on the way there, etc. Please do not include details unrelated to the caching experience if possible. (In a recent case, a description of my son spilling applesauce in the car on the way to a cache site would count as it is directly related to the caching experience.)
Keep in mind that although logs are generally complimentary in nature to either the cache or cache owner, they are certainly not required to be for this particular challenge! After all, I'm sure we've all had our share of bushwhacking for .25 miles just to find to a paved trail!
PS--"One Long Log Challenge" - it becomes a tongue twister if you say it more than three times! (Try it, you'll see)
And here's an example of a long log: found and note that continues the story.
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum