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Wakulla volcano #1
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This is an easy park and grab. hopefully part 1 of 3.
the wakulla volcano was a column of smoke that was visible from a larger protion of florida for hundreds of years. It disappeared over a hundred years ago, after the charleston earthquake. after alot of research i have narrowed down its possible locations to 3, all which i hope to have a cache. in 1949, during construction of highway 98, workers came across a larger, deep hole that was reported to be surrounded by charred and molten rock, and took 600 tons of fill, and 34 dumptrucks to plug. could this be the wakulla volcano? this cache is in the general location based on the few reports i could find. have fun, and look for the other two in the near future.
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