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You can park in Wal-Mart lot very close to the cache.
I was checking out this area and decided to hide a cache..At first I considered a LPC but there is already another LPC in this parking lot so I decided against that 1. Besides that would just be 2 easy and I already hid an easy cache 4 or 5 weeks ago. I know that I have to be about 6 hundred feet away from the nearest cache and that puts me in the area just behind the Wal-Mart parking lot. Lucky for me there just happens to be 7 or 8 trees back there and they all look just perfect for hiding geocaches! The only problem is that the Wal-Mart building is surrounded by cameras! There must be 9 or 10 cameras up there on top of the building just watching every corner of the parking lot.!!
So I searched and I searched and I think I finially found the perfect spot where I could hide a cache without being spotted by the cameras and arousing suspicion.
You can park in the corner of the Wal-Mart within about 60 feet of the cache and if you proceed directly to the cache, you will be able to retreive it without being spotted.
But wait...There is a catch...This is a Spyderuser cache and I did not get my nasty reputation by hiding easy to spot caches. I will tell you that this cache is attached by a piece of heavy wire so that it will not fall off. I will also tell you that I have used a new cache container for this one and I think it is pretty sneaky. The container is small. It is a little bigger around than a roll of quarters but not big enough to fit a full size geocoin. There is a log book inside with a little note to the FTF.
Coordinates are very accurate and I believe they should be for this type of hide. There are little pieces of trash scattered around so feel free to pick them up and carry them away so the next searcher does not have to search them.
When you find it, let me know if you like, and if the ratings are accurate.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum