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Two If By Sea...

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Hidden : 01/22/2004
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Geocache Description:

A great web cam to start off with if you've never done one before. The image you seek is of you in a boat just off the seawall by the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD.

Rated difficulty first need a boat...or the River Queen ferry in the summer months. And terrain is 5 as you'll drown without a boat.

This cache image is from a web cam that displays real time pics of the Chesapeake Bay taken from a corner of a pier at the US Naval Academy.

Your mission is to get a friend at home to go on line and pull up the following url: (visit link)
It is also the link that say's "Users Web Page" below my name at the top of this page. The link will open the web cam in a new window.

At that site they will see you on the river if you are at the correct location. Have him/her capture an image of you to upload to this cache's home page. You must be in a boat or kayak of some sort to be in the proper location. Post your image with your found log entry. Try to convert your image to a small file size jpeg before posting. Righ clicking on the web cam image will save a .bmp file for you only.

Make sure you hold both hands high over your head (like a touchdown referee signal) in the photo to prove it's you actually doing this cache and not some passing kayaker.

This webcam cache is not on the grounds of the US Naval Academy, but is upon the Severn River.

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