(WTTF) – Welcome To The Forest, the Ocala National Forest that is. The name of the cache represents things you would find in Florida. All of the caches are placed along side of an established (FR) – Forest Road. All caches were placed using a high clearance 4X4 vehicle. Do not get stuck because the cell service is NOT always the best in the forest. No Skunk Apes were spotted while placing these caches, (We will not guarantee that after dark), and no comment about the Snow Birds you may encounter during the day or night.
Remember to use caution, this is Florida and there is a long list of things for you to be aware of and you may have encountered or heard stories about most of them in the past. Groundspeak, Inc. is not responsible or libel for any of your incidents or injuries while headed to a Geocache, while searching for a Geocache, or headed back after Geocaching in any way.
When traveling off road (not paved) in the Forest, start with a full tank of fuel, make sure you have a good spare tire that is inflated, you know how to change the tire, have extra water, snacks, food, first aid kit, do not travel alone if possible and with another vehicle when possible. Let someone know what area you will be in, just in case the Search and Rescue needs to find and evacuate you if needed.
You will be searching for 10ml cintrafudge Screw Tubes that are camouflaged and hid in different ways. You may need something to help remove the log sheet form the container? There will be times you will find some caches several feet away from the posted GZ location because of many reasons beyond our control. Clouds, Trees, Solar Flares, power lines, the movement of Magnetic North, the Navigation Satellites not recently calibrated, your GPSr not recently calibrated, someone did not place it back where they found it and the list goes on.
Have fun and enjoy the Scenic and Historic Ocala National Forest.