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10k Trail in the Sandias, deep forest, very well maintained trail.
A former student of mine told me about geocaching 14 months ago. The more I heard, the more I was intrigued. 14 months later and 200 cache finds later I'm hooked. Jeremy, his roomate Andrew and I made this cache in celebration of a great connection we've had.
The cache is located .75 miles from the 10K trail parking area, which has a $3 fee, (Someone has to pay for these forests). Pack a lunch and bring your camera. The hike should take anywhere between 20-30 minutes in late spring-early fall. At 12.864 & 26.451 take the upper fork. Go maybe .15 more then take a right off the trail 12.909 & 26.442. Take a seat, unpack your lunch and look around. Because one of us is getting old, there is no pen, so please bring one for the cache!
Stylish log book, Slinky, magic towel, personal cooling device, pack of batteries, box for you to make another cache, pair of candle holders, and scented candle wax.
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum