This will be the first in a series of lockpicking caches. You will need to bring your own lockpicking tools to get to the log. Raking, picking, bumping, whatever non-destructive method you want to use to open it is acceptable. Please don't damage the lock, or the container. I'd love to see a pic of an open lock with your log entry. I will occasionally check the log in the cache to make sure cachers actually got inside and then update the log here as necessary. Finding the cache is only the first step! If you are not able to pick the lock, just log it as a DNF and then try again another day. I have some caches with difficult locks that have been attempted MANY times, so don't feel discouraged. Lockpicking is a skill that takes practice to develop. Feel free to message me with questions.
Here is a list of all my lockpicking caches with more to come for sure! Lockpicking Cache List
If you are concerned about laws regarding lockpicking, the tools are legal to have in Washington and are treated like bolt cutters, don't be trespassing at night and you likely won't have any problems. RCW 9A If you have no experience lockpicking, I recommend doing some research and practice. YouTube would be a great start.
I placed it near to a bench to give you a nice place to sit while working on the lock.
Also, if you have any ideas, insights, or comments, please message me rather than writing a note in the log... I want to keep the log neat for finds . This is a test before a put out a series of these. Any input would be greatly appreciated.