I like caches that caches are a challenge to reach but easy to find.
It is possible to reach this cache with almost no bushwhacking. Unless you know the area you probably aren't going to find that route-- at least not on the way in. Once you do reach ground zero the cache is hanging in plain sight. You're looking for a 12-inch long PVC tube.
Over the years I've seen many caches that seem like they should be totally waterproof; yet somehow they still end up being damp inside. This is an experimental design so if you find it, I'd appreciate hearing about how well it's staying dry.
To access the log sheet, simply pull the pin from the bottom of the tube. There is no need to untie it from where it hangs. The dowell attached to the log sheet will help you spin it into a tight roll. Reinsert the log in the same orientation as you found it and replace the pin. There is no room for swag. Bring your own pen.
I can think of several possible places to park as you search for this cache; however, I suggest you pick one in the Horton Grove Nature Preserve. For the best hike I like to start here: N36° 07.675' W78° 50.340'. There are many combinations of hiking trails, waterline easements and power-line trails that will get you there. You can start from other places within Horton Grave that are closer for a shorter hike and more but extra bushwhacking.
Be warned, this is an active hunting area; so much so that I suggest you don't go looking for the cache during deer season.
Finally, this cache came about because Ceilidh's favorite thing to do is tromp around exploring the woods.