The coordinates above are not the actual location.
Most of the time I spent in the U.S. Navy, I was monitoring communications. You may have surmised that from some of my other puzzles. Our motto was "In God we trust, all others we monitor". That was very true. During that time, Morse Code was a dependable and often used form of communication used by Eastern Bloc countries. The more proficient you became at "copying" code, the more you could recognize the operators sending it. Each operator had their own style of sending. You could also recognize the transmitter by its unique sound of the "dits and dahs".
To find this cache, you simply must decode what I am sending to you. Some may find this simple and others may find it extremely difficult. To listen to the code, click on the telegraph key.
To download the file, either right-click the key or use the link provided at the top of the page.
The cache is in a conservation area that you may have been to. There is a well established cache located there. This new cache is small. I have placed some coins in there for trading. You will have to bring your own pen to sign the log. Please replace the cache as found.
Also see TrajNet.com.