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The cache is NOT at the posted coordinates.
And they are not suitable for parking unless your vehicle is amphibious. Or you are a fish.
Solve the puzzle to find the actual cache location.
Don't Be Blue
Recently, an out-of-town geocacher was visiting the area. This geocacher has some 'friends' who, among other things, enjoy causing some puzzle-solving trouble. Seems a few of those friends hitched a ride to PA but missed the bus home.
One fish, Two fish
There were a few puzzles in the area to keep them happy for a bit, but now they are missing their friends and feeling a bit blue. I thought giving them a new puzzle to create some mischief with might help them feel more themselves again until they are able to hitch a ride back home.
Red fish, blue fish?
As usual, it should be easy with their help- maybe!
Some cachers have taken to slicing & dicing these prankster fish. But, before you consider turning any of them into a Gimp, my suggestion to you is to interrogate each of them--using methods of the Red-herring Geocaching Bureau, the RGB. Each fish may hold a piece of information that will help you Paint the picture you need to find the cache.
N.B. If you are unfamiliar with techniques used by the RGB, you may contact me and I will help you locate some tools that might help.
Nibvq ERQ UREEVAT jura vagreebtngvat
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum