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Hike along the Panther Creek Trail. At places the trail is wide and easy to navigate. In other places it is little more than a game trail.
Private property borders the trail in some areas and you may see "No Trespassing" signs on one or both sides. But stay on the trail in these areas and you'll be fine.
This series is mostly small caches, but hopefully they won't be too difficult to find -- especially with the hints. That said, if you find my coordinates off, please do not just say "You're off by X feet," but rather post updated coordinates. If multiple experienced cachers find the same alternate coordinates useful,
my GPSr I was probably having a bad day and can update the cache's coordinates appropriately.
Depending on the last time it rained, you may find boots and a hiking stick very useful. Depending on your approach, there could be creek crossings; you've been warned. I would recommend long pants and DEET-based bug spray in warmer months.
As always when walking in the woods, watch out for critters. Mosquitos, bees, spiders, ticks, snakes, deer, beavers, racoons, and other wildlifelive along this trail.
Lastly, please don't use a templated log or make your log say only "TFTC". Thanks!
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum