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After a short hiatus it is back (after the 17th of November). It was lost, but has returned. So enjoy. I have renamed it after my youngest son as part of a series of four to be placed. One for each of my children. Like a cache they are work but worth it. It does require some bush wacking, but that's the fun of it.
This cache has been rebuilt again and replaced in the beautiful Pine Flatwoods of J.B. Starkey Park in scenic Pasco county. It has access to great trails and places to view wildlife. Deer, birds and snakes are abundant in the park and it provides a place to unwind and take a nice walk. Bring lunch and look around. Make sure you have that compass, water and follow the directions below. Once on the location, go southwest (aproximately) 18 big person steps (clarified for the sticklers in language). That will put you on the cache. The cache is the usual camoed container. Besides the treasures inside, we placed a note book for signing and a Geocaching letter of explanation in case the cache is accidentally found. It contains some stuff for the kids if they survived to this point, and a chance to sit at a nearby camp site and refresh (if nobody is home). And don't forget to hit a few of the nearby caches: GCV47T GCV47K GCV47J GCTYEP and the entire Montu Rider/Jodster group. There is also a benchmark nearby.
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