Ignore the above coordinates.
The legal description of the cache is: SE ¼ of NW ¼, S27, T6S, R66W, 6PM.
The cache is 145 meters E and 479 meters N of the SW corner of the SE 1/4.
The cache is in a 20 fl. oz. snow white container. Have fun if it snows. It is a coin cache. The starting coin is year 2000. Replace it with a one year earlier coin or whatever you might have.
Not all Internet sources are created equal and some will return incorrect information.
One of them is http://www.esg.montana.edu/gl/trs-data.html
However, it is the easiest to use and the cache location is based on it.
If we all use the same wrong information our solutions will match. Life pretty much works that way.
A more accurate source, provided by jsarche, is http://www.geocommunicator.gov/LSIS6/map.jsp
but it is more difficult to work with and if you use it, the puzzle solution will be wrong.
If you can tell me why this is called a sneaky cache I will tell you the waypoint of Sneaky #2 or the first waypoint of any of my other caches.
You can check your fuzzy(100 ft)answers for this puzzle on Geochecker.com.