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JMBella: Visited the site today. Can't seem to keep part one in place so I'm archiving this and placing a new one.


JMB-45 Sans Souci Lakes

A cache by JMBella Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/22/2004
2 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

San Souci Lakes

This is a two part multi. The first one is a little different but just consider the source and you should find it right away. Terrain has some mild elevation changes and the trails are mostly clear. No real bushwhacking is needed. Round trip from car to car should be less than .7 miles. Figure about 45 minutes tops.

I spotted this Patch of Suffolk County Park lands on the map and though it had potential. Scoped it out today and was very pleased. It's a very cool spot with great views, pine barrens and evidence of an old estate. Plenty of on street parking can be found at the end of Old Broadway Ave. off of Montauk Hwy.

Cache one is a waterproof match stick container. It contains the coords for the final cache. IMPORTANT: You will need to retrieve more than just the container to get the first cache!

The final cache is a medium Lock & Lock container. It's not too far from the trail and should be an easy find. It of course has the usual swag.

BONUS FTF PRIZE: It's not in the cache but the FTF will get a brand new 18 volt cordless drill!!! FTF will of course be verifiable by the physical log. Please write the date and time you found it both in the log and online. I will get together with the winner and give them the prize. Good Luck!!!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[First cache:] Pbapergr oybpx
[second cache] Ubyybj Ybt

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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