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As geocachers, we know that we should keep out of private property. But sometimes, that can be difficult. Suppose you come across a large field you suspect is at least partially private property. You can see a grid of fence posts, and even the occasional bit of still-standing fence. How do you determine what is private property? Well, you just have to make a few assumptions: 1. The private property was originally completely fenced in. 2. Every fencepost was used and was connected to exactly two other fenceposts. 3. Fences run north-south or east-west only. 4. When the entire fence was completed, it formed exactly one long continuous loop. Once you've made those assumptions, mentally filling in the locations of the missing fence pieces is simple, and then you can easily KEEP OUT! NOTE POSTED 5/6/13: The original GZ beacon is dying and may be removed. The cache container has been moved approximately 12 feet west. Please adjust your search accordingly. I apologize for the issue.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum