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The Baseball Card Cache

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Hidden : 8/15/2004
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Go to the coordinates above. You will find parking nearby. At these coordinates you will find something yellow. On this yellow object, you will find a word with an arrow sticking through it. Find the numerical equivalent of that word. (Example of numerical equivalent: BASEBALL B=2 A=1 S=19 E=5 B=2 A=1 L=12 L=12 2+1+19+5+2+1+12+12=54)

Multiply the number by 14. Then add 41. Enter your new number into the spaces for the north coordinates below.Multiply the original number by 17. Then add 21. Enter your new number into the spaces for the west coordinates below.N 44° 59._ _ _W 093° 25._ _ _About the cache: This cache is a small Glad container hidden in the woods. This cache collects baseball cards (see title above). There are already about 10 or 15 cards in the cache. Feel free to trade for other baseball cards or small items that will fit in this cache.Your best bet is to take the paved trail until you are as close as possible to the cache. Too much bushwhacking could result in wet feet. The ground around the cache is likely to be wet after rainfall and in the spring. Don't forget the mosquito repellant!Have fun!

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