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This is a multi-step adventure placed in honor of the Pirates of the Carolina's 500th cache find. Posted coordinates are for the parking area. The entire multicache is about a two mile hike - mostly on paved trails. There are some inclines and some bushwhacking as you get near the final stage. You'll also need a compass for some of the stages.
|Ahoy there, me bucko's! This here be the Buccaneer's Beech cache. Do you have the liver and lights to go to Pirate Island and try to find me treasure? To start this here fine adventure, ye'll be needin to dock yer vessel at N36 05.280 W080 12.552. This here be the town of Dry Dock (Reynolds Park). Ye'll also be needin to find me map and a compass will be mighty handy.
Me map is hidden near Three Mile Island. Ye'll need be startin yer voyage at Junction Bay (N36 05.351 W080 12.621). From Junction Bay, hop in a Jollyboat and steer toward the settin sun. Go about 75 paces towards the west and dock at Three Mile Island on yer port side. Take a southward bearing and go 5 paces to where me map be hid. (A pace is two steps, or every time your right foot hits the ground.) Ye'll get yer next instructions from me map.
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum