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Easy follow the trail, Hard go straight.
UPDATE 05/10/2014: Thanks to IrishCubsFan for replacing the cache after the burn. It should be about 15ft west of the rock. ORIGINAL DESCRIPTION: It is not difficult to get to but it is about 1.2 miles down a hiking/biking trail. I called it the Modoc Stash because the trail is known as the Modoc Trail in the Sumter National Forest. I left a Geocache letter, a log book and a Beck Midnite Vultures CD. This cache has been replaced multiple times and actually moved to try to keep it from being muggled. They moved the new cache up to the top of the hill, that it was originally located on the side of, and it is now behind a large boulder (the only one up there) under a log.
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Last Updated: on 7/14/2018 2:03:59 PM Pacific Daylight Time (9:03 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum