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The above coordinates are for a location where people sometimes communicate with their digits, but we're talking about a different kind of communication here. :-)
We're talking about digital communication in terms of computers. As you probably know, computers use a binary language composed of ones and zeros to do things and talk to other computers. I like binary. (Yes, I'm a geek.) Binary is simple. Yes or no. On or off. Nothing in between. If only life were that simple. Your job is to convert the binary below to the normal decimal coordinates that we all know and love. The final cache is easy to get to, but may be difficult to find. The container is a little hard to close, so please make sure it shuts tightly to protect the log from the elements. I'm a member here, and the cache was placed with the permission of the manager. You are looking for a micro. The log is on "Rite in the Rain" paper, so it should hold up OK. Depending on time of day, it can be quite busy here, so as always, be "muggle-wary" Oh, and it's a BYOP (Bring Your Own Pencil)
01001110 00100000 00110100 00110111
10110000 00100000 00110001 00110100
00101110 00110011 00110111 00110011
00001101 00001010 01010111 00100000
00110001 00110010 00110010 10110000
00100000 00110010 00111000 00101110
00111000 00110100 00110000 00001101
After original container was muggled, the cache is back up and running today. New container, same location. Happy hunting!
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