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THE CACHE IS NOT LOCATED AT THE POSTED COORDINATES. But it is located within a few hundred feet of the posted coords. The actual coordinates can be found in the final container for the Night Hawk Explorer. If you have completed the Night Hawk Explorer night cache and do not have the coords for this bonus cache just email me and I will gladly send them to you.
It has come to my attention there is a scarcity of caches in our area with a difficulty rating of 4.5 and terrain rating of 4.0. In fact, at the time of posting this is one of only 3 caches within 80 miles of the Spokane area with such a difficulty/terrain rating. So this cache is especially for you who are working on your "Well Rounded Cacher" stats and have yet to find this combination.
The difficulty rating of 4.5 is based on the fact it is necessary to complete the Night Hawk Explorer night cache as well as the hidden location of this cache. This is not a night cache and has no glowing objects marking it's location. While it might be convenient for some to find this immediately after finding Night Hawk Explorer, for some it might be preferable to return to the area in the daylight. It can be found day or night, just don't expect to find any glowing objects.
This is meant to be a true 4.5 difficulty. Not just a quick and easy way to check this combination off your chart. Still, if you enjoy night caching this might be a fun way to find this combination. Do expect to search a while before finding the container however.
The coordinates were taken using a Garmin60csx with more than 100 samples, indicating an accuracy of less than 8 feet. Please re-hide exactly as found to preserve the integrity of this cache for future finders. Bring your own pen.
Ab uvag sbe guvf 4.5 qvssvphygl pnpur.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum