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This is the final part of a five-part multi-cache. The first four parts, named after the directions of the four winds, must be completed to obtain the co-ordinates for this part. OK you’ve done them so here goes.
The given co-ordinates are NOT the location of the Cache, but of the nearest confluence which is less than 10 Km from the Cache.
The actual co-ordinates must be deduced by following the instructions found at each of the first four parts.
Suggested parking - nicest is approx 0.25 of a mile ESE of cache co-ordinates, depending on day and time ( there may be horses on the way ), otherwise approx 0.25 of a mile SSW of the cache co-ordinates ( amended 8/5/03 )
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum