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You can drive right up to this one.
Please post a photo of you and/or your group of cachers to verify your find. We used two GPS units to get the best possible reading, so, although there are several things in the area, the description below and the cheat (if you need to use it) should get you right between the eyes!
I know it's now the middle of summer, and you'll be tempted to stay in your air-conditioned vehicle, but don't. There is air-conditioning inside! Go in and have a look around.
Lady from Verbum Sap in Washington, D.C. and Elainiac from Elainiac & LenBob in Atlanta, GA (Hubbys couldn't get off work!) flew in for the Frenship High School graduation (for Lady's daughter) and decided to geocache while in the vicinity. Guess what? There's not really many to do here, so we hid one. (The most recent ones weren't even placed at the time we were visiting.)
Have fun at this one and be sure to sign the visitor's book inside.
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