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Wood (tuh-ree) n. -- This element is naturally wild, but has been harnessed by man since the dawn of time to make toothpicks and shields. Wood normally travels in packs, called forests, but can sometimes be found solitary, where it is called birch. Small humans love to play with a sticky wood secretion called sap, which is in fact a tree going potty.
This is part of the elemental series. Part of the coordinates for the final cache are written inside the logbook of this cache.
There is only one item inside each of these caches, an item that relates to the element in some way. You are encouraged to take the item and replace it with a different item that keeps with the element's theme. Then in your log here, please note what item you took and explain how the item left relates to the element (obviously the more far-fetched your item, the better the story, so theoretically any item can go in if you have a good enough story to back it up). Of course you can TNLN and just sign the log.
The main thing is to make sure there is only one item that goes in and out at all times. If you find extra odds and ends, you have permission to keep them or send them on to other caches.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum