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Pins in the Pines

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Hidden : 4/27/2002
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Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Flatwoods Park, Hillsborough County. Accesible from Morris Bridge Rd. (7 mile round trip around the paved path) or Bruce B. Downs Blvd. (4 mile round trip, paved). Themed cache.

If you enjoy hiking, biking (mountain or speed), blading, or walking, this is the park for you. Besides, there's already another cache hidden here! This very small (not quite micro) cache does NOT have room for a log or pen so please log everything on the website. It contains collectible pins so bring one to trade. The cache is not hidden far from where the Bruce B. Downs trail intersects with the main 7 mile loop. Look for a water station and follow the dirt road...

There are water stations, but be sure to pack some of your own for the hike/bike. Also, sunscreen and bug spray will most likey be needed depending upon the time of day. Bring lunch, too. There are nice shadey picnic tables. There are also off-road bike/hike trails throughout the park.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Qenvantr qvgpu. Evtug fvqr bs genvy. Zvqqyr bs guerr cvarf gung znxr n gevnatyr. Haqre cvar arrqyrf. Erq gbc.

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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