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You’re seeking a medium lock & lock. Original contents: FTF prize, 2 travel bugs, shiny WB signature item, logbook fashioned from recycled parts (why didn’t I think of this before?), small plastic sandwich in small sandwich bag, 3D glasses, National Park Service map, 2 key fobs, 1 colorful pin. FTF: Shadow Chasers / 2TF: da_ewoks
Mr. and Mrs. WB share the same birthday (our family members wish us "Happy Bothday"), so like other local cachers we thought we’d celebrate by placing a birthday cache. And since Mr. WB can’t help himself, we made it a puzzle cache, but an easy one. The listed coordinates are a good parking spot. The cache coordinates may be obtained by identifying these famous people who share our birthday and using their birth years in the following math problem:
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum