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This WAS a 2 stage multi cache. First stage coord's posted up above is a 35 mm black film can with coords listed inside for final cache. This is my first cache.
this no longer a 2 stage cache...as probably scouting groups get to know about location of first stage micro, fiddle with it, and remove or throw out....[ it was under flagpole, but dont go there....wasps nests ?? !!] just pass by flagpole and go to final at:
41 20.209 73 23.144
am away at collage and not feel like fixing it..already done so a few times !
No real bushwhacking needed. Kid friendly. 6 or more inches of snow may be a problem? Mountain bike and x-ski ok. Flip flops not recommended, some poison ivy on way in. No need to study "VEXILLOLOGY" in order to find info micro. You should have no trouble finding approx. location of micro, getting your fingers on it more difficult. [ no wrenches required ] Once past RJ's proverbial red herrings, things will fall in place. Final, actual cache is a 30 cal olive green amo can with mostly kid oriented stuff, hidden well. Who on this planet does this stuff? Make sure to get your name in the log, seems, not all caches do?
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Last Updated: on 11/26/2017 4:49:56 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (12:49 AM GMT)
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