Jumping the queue, that is finding a cache before it has been approved, is one of the most controversial subjects in geocaching. Such action does, however, occur from time to time. Actually, queue-jumping of a certain kind, and not totally unrelated to the FBA phenomenon, has occurred right here.
Your primary task is to find out the ones that have been queue-jumped. Even so, start with finding out the ones that have jumped the queue.
Then make some use of your phone and, finally, locate the stash before the next one.
In the given coordinates you will find neither the cache nor any kind of a hint. They will, however, be handy once you've figured out where to go and how far.
Good luck, F.ba hunters!
The owner is prepared to shoot down (or not to shoot down) any theory presented by email. For instance, the GC code has nothing to do with the mystery even though it includes the abbreviation of azimuth. In fact, no mouse clicking (nor any usage of your phone) is needed till you've "found out". It shouldn't be too difficult to spot what is the listing's only issue that has something to do with both queue-jumping and geocaching.