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Scuba Steve

A cache by Muksketo Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 06/05/2011
Difficulty:
5 out of 5
Terrain:
5 out of 5

Size: Size:   small (small)

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Geocache Description:


I have had this idea to make a five star cache for a while now. I wanted to do somthing different other then the five star climbing caches you see around south jersey. It took me some time and a bit of research to gather everything i needed to make this cache. If your not sure yet why this is a five star cache take a look at the map! I debated with myself about making a puzzle for this but decided since many puzzle caches are marked in lakes, but not actually in the lake. And this cache IS in a lake, so I decided to keep it as a tradiontal. But don't worry it will still be a five star experience with minimal equipment needed, if any. There is room for small trade items and it contains a log book, as well as a log it and leave it dog tag travel bug that is permanently attached inside of the container. Don't forget to copy down the travel bug number and "find" it! Please DO NOT open the cache container under water, it is a submergable dry box. There is a clip on the bottom of the box to release it from its anchor. And please don't loose the anchor, you will need it to return the cache as you found it so that others can enjoy the cache hunt. Please be careful and use caution, if your NOT a good swimmer I do NOT recommend this cache. There are plenty of easier caches in the area. Have Fun and Good Luck! Your going to need it. Oh and I almost forgot there is a unactivated geocoin as a FTF prize!
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