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Sand Dunes State Forest. Cache meets State Forest Guidelines.
In my neverending quest to come up with the perfect cache container, I had a horrible accident in my lab. The explosion was huge and completely wrecked my house, leaving only the foundation. Caches, coins, and travel bugs littered the surrounding area. Luckly, I was able to find all but 5 of my caches. This is where I need your help finding my last 5 caches. All 5 had a numbers inside of them to help me identify which was which, and all were within the area of the four walls. If you are able to find all 5 and send me a message with the numbers from inside each container, you can log this cache as a find.
NOTE: In accordance with GC.com's new rules about ALRs, the part about messaging me with the numbers is now OPTIONAL. You can still message me with the numbers inside the containers if you would like, but it won't result in a deleted log if not. If you choose to not message me, I would hope that your ethics would be high enough to actually find all 5 before logging it as a find.
In one of the containers there is also a logbook w/pencil. In another container, there is a Canadian dollar coin and a Canadian Goose Geocoin for the FTF. Only if you find all 5 containers should you take the FTF prize.
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum