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In the Pines

A cache by WillyLee Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 7/7/2014
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4 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

The cache is located in the Horace A. Hurd Memorial Forest in Berwick, Maine. It is possible to park at the trailhead, but I've provided parking coordinates for a paved spot next to a guardrail that is approximately 500 feet down the road (Rt. 9), where parking may be a bit easier. This is a nice forest that seems to get few visitors. Follow the trail. Terrain is flat and dry, trail is fairly easy to follow. At one point the forest narrows to not much more than the trail, and you will see a house on your left and an untreed area on your right. Keep on the trail and soon you'll be in a larger section of the forest. The pines referred to in the cache name are very small trees. When you see these pines, which are on both sides of the trail, you're near the cache. It's a fliplock Sterilite container (about 4X3X6 inches in size) with some trinkets including a wristwatch (for first to find if he or she wants it) that might actually work if you put a battery in it.

Note added on 6/26/16: This cache requires walking through areas that are most likely infested with ticks. Extreme caution is advised.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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