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Enjoy this multi cache hidden along a quiet nature trail, just off Highway 16.
One of our favorite nature walks just begged for this cache. This trail has been here long enough to get a little overgrown; it circles a swamp –cum-lake, and is paved, so almost all of this is wheelchair accessible, except at the end.
The coords above are for a parking lot.
Take the trail immediately adjacent to the parking lot, on the same side of the street. At the trailhead, look for the waypoint.
If you get past that one, you will have coords for the location at which you need to look for a tool. My GPSr has been behaving totally irresponsibly in here, (although it manages to locate caches for me), and I admit its readings are flexible. So find a place where you can sit, close to the coords given in the waypoint.
You MUST go onto the deck to see the tool. Stand by the center of the deck railing and look down to see something that doesn't quite fit......it's almost right but not quite.
You will be fishing for a 6 inch plastic cylinder.
Please replace the lid securely on the container, and replace both cache and tool exactly as you found them. THIS IS REALLY IMPORTANT.
Please be aware that in winter, the trail gets a little waterlogged in places.
There is another cache on this nature trail, “Adam Tallman Nature Park Trail” so do try that one too!
1) Erq guvat pybfr gb gur genvy ragel fvta.
2) N cynpr gb erfg orsber lbh uhag ntnva.
3) Gur gbby vf arneol ohg pnzbsyntrq ernyyl jryy.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum