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Solve the puzzle and determine the real coordinates to find this cache.
I really screwed up.
Some time ago I had this great idea for a puzzle cache. I searched and searched until I found an interesting in-theme place for the cache. I went there and averaged a whole bunch of waypoints. I even put the logsheet in a ziplock bag, and I placed the cache out of the way of the sprinklers so it wouldn't get wet. But then I forgot the puzzle idea. And even after trying for months to remember, I just couldn't remember what it was. So I finally just lamed out and kinda copied someone else's previously-used puzzle idea. But I think I might have screwed that up too. And to make matters worse, I couldn't remember what I did with the coordinates so I just picked some random numbers. And can you believe this? Now I can't even remember where I put the cache.
Yep, I really screwed up this screwy cache.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum