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You see this thing from the freeway, you see it at night lit up. Now's your chance to see it up close...
I've always wanted to get up here but never knew how. It lights up at night so I know someone had to have a way to get up here. Recently with the use of satellite images available in many places, I was able to find the road. You'll be better off doing the same. Rumor has it the owner comes up here every night and starts up the generator to run the lights. Seems like a lot of work though. (update: since the fires wiped this area out, it looks like the owner has removed the generator, which is why the cache is missing, and set up the electrical)
To get to the cache, you need to cut through the Kindred Wedding Chapel. The entrance is in between the cliff and the horse corral. There's a gate on the outside and I didn't see hours of operation so I'm not sure when they open and close the gate (if they even close it). There's also a horse boarding business so they must have access to the gate too. There is a spot to park on the outside and a path around the gate if you want to walk it in. As you go inside, stay on the right side and go all the way to the back. The road is behind the one building near the back. Also check out the Sea of Galilee. The whole place is really nice and peaceful with a path around the sea, benches to sit and relax, and lots of nice landscape. They hold weddings here and it's usually busy. I'm always stopped by lost people looking for "the wedding place nearby." After you find the road, it's pretty obvious how to get to the cache. It's a camo cylinder, about the size of the 35mm file containers.
Don't read the hint unless you really can't find it. My hints usually tell you exactly how to find the cache.
Arkg gb gryrcubar cbyr, A fvqr, haqre ebpxf.