Do Not go to the posted coordinates. If you do, you will see an historic mill and maybe some highland cattle, but you won't find the cache; it's not there.
So you can use a GPSr to find coordinates.
Can you plot a course by distance and degree?
In order to determine the coordinates for this cache, you will need three items:
The Map - you can print it here.
A Protractor - you can buy one anywhere they sell school supplies, or you can cut out the one you can print here.
A Ruler - you can buy one anywhere they sell school supplies, or you can cut out the one you can print here.
* For all three, make sure you print with Scaling set to None.
How to use the map:
Start at the X.
Draw a line from the center of the X, 2.5 cm @ 55°.
Your line will end on a number. This is A.
From the center of number A, draw your next line to number B.
From the center of number B, draw your next line to number C, etc.
||2.5 cm @ 055°
||from center of X
||2.0 cm @ 136°
||from center of A
||2.0 cm @ 022°
||from center of B
||3.0 cm @ 152°
||from center of C
||1.5 cm @ 180°
||from center of D
||5.5 cm @ 041°
||from center of E
||2.7 cm @ 148°
||from center of F
||2.1 cm @ 081°
||from center of G
Find the cache at the coordinates:
40 A.BC 75 DE.FGH
Where do I park?
Get your final coordinates.
Subtract 0.C94 from the latitude.
Add 0.0HC to the longitude.
This will take you to a one car pull off.
Enter the trail at the green sign to the left of the bridge.
There is no bushwhacking required. The cache is a couple of feet off the trail, but fairly well concealed. Please rehide as you found it.
The cache is a medium sized Lock & Lock containing a nice array of swag.
FTF prize is an unactivated geocoin.