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Although it's a multi, it's a quick one, and very appropriate for road trips if you are passing through.
Our old friend Keith, the potter, lived his last years in the small Eastern Oregon town of Drewsey. He was very happy there, and is buried in the local cemetary (population=more than the town itself). These coords take you to his grave. VERY SIMPLE MATH, SINCE I'M MATH CHALLENGED:
Reverse the last two digits of the year he was born, and add them to the latitude coords to to get the final coords. The longitude is the same.
The cache is not far away. In addition to making pottery, Keith liked to brew beer, so I put some beer related items in the cache. On the inside of the lid is a yellow heart-shaped fridge-magnet picture frame with a picture of Keith and his black lab, Shadow. He died before geocaching was born, but had a great spirit of adventure, and he would have liked caching a lot, and would like that we've placed this cache for him. His brother is living in his old house now, and although he does not trade items or log caches or have an online name, he does go caching, and will keep his eye on this one.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:58:10 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:58 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum