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This multi-cache will lead you through some of the most scenic areas around.
The caches themselves are only a mile or so apart.
Looks can be deceiving.
Parts of this cache are located near areas with Drastic changes in elevation and terrain, so plan Accordingly.
You will also have to find a different parking spot for each leg.
Make a day of this one by doing a few of the other near-by caches.
Start off your hunt at the listed coordinats. There you will have to find JENNIE C.
From her, you need to take 40 paces East on a heading of about 118 degrees. Once thier, locate the Micro containing the waypoint for the next leg. This will lead you to a
letterbox cache. The letterbox has a log book for you to sign and stamp with your stamp, the cache also has its own stamp for you to use in your book.
Inside the cache you will find your next waypoint, which will lead you to the final cache coordinates, which are Offset.
For the final coordinates, Subtract .041 from the North Seconds and Subtract .059 from the West Seconds.
The final Cache is a 50 cal. ammo can, well camouflaged. Inside you will find many "Fine Collectable" items. Including, 1964 Silver JFK half dollar, assorted wheat pennies, old stamps, starting lineup-Jim Kelly QB card, antique cuff links,Silver bracelet,Where's George dollar,assortment of State Quarters, mini-cassette recorder Fossils, Etc,
Please keep the theme of the cache in mind and trade equitably.
*Leave all parts of this cache as you found them.
Do not take or leave anything at the letterbox site.
the terrain for the first legs of this cache should be suitable for the average cacher,the last leg could get tricky if you take the wrong path .
What is letterboxing.
Letterboxing is a growing hobby that combines elements of hiking, treasure hunting and creative expression.. Participants seek out hidden letterboxes by following clues and then record their discovery in their personal journal with the help of a rubber stamp that's part of the letterbox. In addition, letterboxers have their own personal stamps which they use to stamp into the letterbox's log book.According to legend, letterboxing began in southwestern England in the mid-1800s when a Victorian gentleman hid his calling card in a bottle. Today, the nearby area is the Dartmoor National Park, and by some accounts there are as many as 10,000 or more letterboxes hidden there!
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