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NOT in, Under or Near the culvert. There was a lot of water running through here today, be careful.
Parking is available near the posted coordinates. The posted coordinates will get you to the first stage. At the first stage you are looking for a particular sign. As you approach these coordinates, you will see two signs that tell you what you can and cannot do here. Behind those are two more signs, again one that tells you what you must do. You are looking for the rectangular brown sign, and specifically what is on that sign. These signs are all on the same sign post.
You will find four letters and three numbers on this sign, and you will need them all to find the final stage, of this simple two stage multi.
From the four letters on the brown sign (only) convert them to thier numerical equivalent using A=1, B=2, C=3, ... Z=26. Add these four letters together, and call that SUM1. There are already three numbers on that same sign, use that number as it is (do NOT add them together), call that NUM.
The last 3 digits of the N coordinate are SUM1 +(plus) 253, and the last three digits of the W coordinate are NUM +(plus) 280:
N44.58. __ __ __ (SUM1+253)
W93.46. __ __ __ (NUM+280)
That is all there is to it. You are seaking a small container.
This container by the way was won by TheDutchessOfStuff at "The Great MnGCA Poker Run" April 8, 2006 (GCTN6Y) so thank her for the hide.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum