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Standard 30 Cal Ammo Box just off the trail at Kettletown State Park
"911 - What is the nature of your emergency?"
"I . . . fell off a rock . . . I think I broke my leg."
"OK, calm down . . . we are here to help you. Where are you?"
"Um . . I'm not sure . . I'm in Kettletown State Park, out in the woods."
"Can you give me a better description? Are you near a building or a trail?"
"Uh . . I was on a trail . . blue, I think. . . . . "
"Hello. Are you still there?
" . . My head is bleading . . I don't feel so good."
What's your name?"
"How old are you, Matt?"
"Is ther anyone else ther with you?"
"No . . I was hiking . . um . . I have a GPS . . my coordinates are (Listed above)
"OK. That's good. Now can you tell me what you see from where you are?"(decrypt the clue)
"Hello . . . hello . . . are you there? . . hello..."
This was the simulated phone call that sent recently grauduated CT DEP Officers from the Geo Jamboree 2 GPS class into the woods in search of their subject. Your destination is the location where they found Matt hiding.
"N ovt ebpx, V jnf fgnaqvat ba vg jura V sryy"
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:58:13 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:58 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum