**It seems that the park is redoing the frisbee course signs so we've put the hint in the encrypted section below. The first stage is still worth a visit to the world's first disc golf course. Or, you can skip ahead and just find the cache.
A few historical tidbits about the area:
- The San Gabriel Valley area was once inhabited by the Hahamogna Indians. The tribe, comprised of a small family group, was called by the chief's name. After the establishment of the San Gabriel Mission, Chief Hahamogna converted and assumed the Christian name Pascual from San Pascuals. The tribe was then known as the Pascualite Indians.
- The word Pasadena literally means "valley" in the Ojibwa (Chippewa) Indian language, but it has been interpreted to mean "Crown of the Valley" and "Key of the Valley," hence the adoption of both the crown and the key in the official city seal.
- Southern California is where the frisbee was first made and the world's first disc golf course is right here in Pasadena. This is the most played course on the planet, yet amateurs and families are more than welcome.
Now on to finding the cache:
- At the original coordinates given above was a sign** with some numbers on it (see spoilers below). Use the two 3-digit numbers on the sign in the equations below:
- N34o 11.318 + .(Hole A) = ________________
- W118o 10.405 + .(Hole B) = ______________
- These are the final coordinates of the cache stash.
The cache is in a glass jar. Please rehide it carefully so it won't be easily spotted.