This is a dive cache! You will need a certification, and all the necessary equipment to reach about 30-feet deep, in a lake. There are two ways you can reach the cache site. Either from the surface, once you have the proper coordinates, or from the bottom. The cache is located in the Baptist Lake dive park. The pontoon platform is usually the first stop from the beach. If you can discern the coordinates of this location, it shouldn’t be a stretch to reach the final destination.
Think of the cache as your personal acorn. Can you do better than a Blind Squirrel? The cache can easily be found on one tank of air. You should have sufficient remaining to continue around the park. Enjoy yourself!
Early in my career, this saying was a catch phase every time I completed a big sale. One of my best friends even named his boat the, “Blind Squirrel” in honor of his finally acquiring his boat. It’s in his honor that I name this cache!
Disclaimer: You are under no obligation to hunt this cache. You do so at your own risk. Like any outdoor sport, it carries the risk of unforeseen hazards. Use your best judgment with the environment and conditions. As conditions and cache locations may vary, it is the responsibility of the searcher to be familiar with the conditions in the area to be searched, to adequately prepare for those conditions, and to conduct oneself safely and responsibly and remain within his or her personal abilities and limitations. When and if you find a cache, you are under no obligation to touch it, reach it, climb to it, dig for it, pick it up, or even open it. Open it at your own risk. Individual Geostash and GPS cache sponsors assume no liability for events, which may occur, related directly or indirectly to your searching for a stash.