This cache is meant to test you physically, mentally, and emotionally. It is not easy. In fact, this cache can be extremely dangerous. Do not assume any warnings herein are made in jest. There is no trail so you will have to bushwhack in the whole distance. There is a very noticeable elevation change. I could only get 50 foot accuracy because of the obstructions, high brush coverage and the hillside. The coords above will take you to the edge of the water and the cache is at least two feet below the water out about 10 feet under a pile of rocks so as it will not float away. Please cover it back up the way you found it. You will be in the area of Lake Crabtree and Crabtree Creek.
Be sure to bring the proper equipment - rental scuba gear can be had locally at http://www.gypsydivers.com/ - for an under water adventure. Hip waders may be useful during low water levels. Do not attempt this cache after periods of moderate to heavy rainfall! Never attempt to access the area through swift moving water! You should be prepared to get wet. You should bring a partner. Be sure you know the number of the 911 operator!!
Much care should be taken to write in and study the written log for this one.
Important Notice #1:
Searching and retrieving this cache may take you several hours to complete. It may take much longer, and require multi-visits. This cache will expose you to serious water hazards. If this terrifies you, this is not the cache for you. You may get dirty, bruised, wet and frustrated searching for this cache.
Important Notice #2:
The final local conditions in the vicinity of this cache are extremely dangerous. Avoid taking unnecessary risks! Be patient and think safety first. This cache is not meant for children. Be sure you have your tetanus shots up-to-date. If you suffer from any form of heart disease, dizziness or vertigo, discretion is advised. Anyone over sixty years old should also avoid this cache!
Important Notice #3:
The nearby Lake Crabtree is full of PCBs which are hazardous. Don't even think about going near it. There is toxic waste and sewage being discharged from the nearby Wastewater Treatment Plant. Be sure your health and life insurance are up-to-date should you encounter any problems. If you are afraid of alligators, bacteria, microbes, bad odors, methane gas, staph infections, mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus, viruses in general, flesh eating bacteria or cannot swim, then you should avoid this cache. This cache is only for the most daring and adventurous geocachers who get thrills risking their life in pursuit of their passion - ammo cans, Bison tubes and Tupperware containers hidden in some strange places. This is one of the strangest ever!
See this picture of one young victim and survivor of this cache!!
You are attempting this Geocache hunt of your own free will; you have not been coerced in any way by any geocacher or anyone at Geocaching.com. If you are placed in any danger, suffer any sickness, find yourself in a compromising situation or are injured due to the actions of yourself, other people, wild or domestic animals, or the natural and manmade environment around you — you must take care of yourself and your problems. You are responsible for your own well-being. It is your CHOICE to go on this hunt and it is your CHOICE to participate in the sport of Geocaching.