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Located in Long Point Bay. Yes, I said "in". Obviously a boat is required. The bay in this location is only 6-7 feet deep and the cache is on the bottom at elevation 595 ft to be exact.
The cache was placed in the winter by drilling a hole in the ice and setting it on the bottom. It is a stainless steel thermos attatched to a large lead disc to hold it to the bottom. The best way to find the cache is to drive out until your at the coordinates and anchor a couple of meters upwind of it. You'll probably be able to spot it over the side of the boat or by snorkelling. You can use your standoff pole to pull it up if staying in your boat. The water isn't very deep. If you move while filling out the log please leave an update of the new coordinates when logging your cache find. When placed the cache included a
- Toy truck
- Toy helicopter
- 3 Balls
- 2 Puzzles
There isn't much room so keep your trading items small. I didn't want to report the cache until the ice all left. You're safe now though. Have fun.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum