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Welcome to the Durland Trade-o-ree! The above posted coordinates will not take you to the actual cache location but to the closest parking. You'll have to transpose these Lenni Lenape phrases to their respective numerical lodge sequence to find the final site.
If you found this cache and the coordinates on your own, Dr. E Urner Goodman and Carroll A. Edson would certainly be proud! If you haven't ventured out yet on this ordeal, your local scout camp may be a good place for you to hold your vigil while the clues located here help guide your way to solving the puzzle. If you're an arrowmen, you'll be able to figure out how to get started. If you're not, you may have to contact a member of the brotherhood to help you with the names of the honor society. If you do know how to transpose certain honor society words such as Ktemaque, Horicon, Nooteeming and Nicha Nimat into their numerical sequence then you're already on your way to the circle. Cache is a sterilite container with a green lid consisting of a log book and scouting tradeables. Starting out with a collection of mostly patches apropos of the location. Please feel free to make any trade you like, one for one. Since this may be a location that you and your collectables may come back to from time to time, don't forget to keep your duplicates in your pack with you. You don't have to be involved in the organization to take anything, but make sure you leave something in its place. Good luck! You do have permission to be here too! Congratulations to Bacmac for FTF! A true puzzle solver!
You can check your answers for this puzzle on Geochecker.com.
[puzzle hint] Hanzv jnf svefg
[cache hint] haqre svefg obhyqre
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum