There is absolutely nothing wrong with the coordinates above. In fact, they put you exactly where you need to be... if you need to be in the middle of a busy boulevard. However, if you want to find this cache, I don't recommend going there; I recommend solving the puzzle in the cache description below instead.
That being said, the cache is within 3.14159265359... km of the posted coordinates.
Happy Pi Day!
March 14th (3/14) is celebrated as Pi Day (3.14) by math enthusiasts around the world. Pi is the mathematical constant that is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Mathematically, it’s transcendental and irrational. Its decimal places go on infinitely.
To celebrate the holiday, I have been serving up a Pi Day puzzle every year since 2014; here are the caches in the series thus far:
2014 - GC4ZJ6K
2015 - GC5N33X
2016 - GC6CCXC
2017 - GC71EYQ
2018 - GC7KADF
2019 - GC82DRP
2020 - GC8KCRK
2021 - GC97CB8
For 2016, I followed up on the moaning and whining rave reviews from the first two local Pi Day caches with this quandry:
Enjoy, happy hunting and good luck spilling your ink. Cache ya later!
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