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Found it six-pac found "Kevin's Watch"

Tuesday, April 15, 2008Pennsylvania

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Bright and early today I hit the trail. I got to TH at 6:26 AM and started hiking. It was pretty cold for all the more I was wearing, but I knew that by the time I was finished with the tour, I would be over heated. I was right. As I neared GZ, I was amused at what I found. This was to be a foreshadowing of the caches to come. Then I was perplexed as I did not readily understand what I was to do here. Then I think I found Caer-Caveral the Forestal. Or maybe he found me. After I was finished nosing around here, I headed for the final and met the dreaded sign of wander-no-more. I sought out the login station, but could not find any.

Note: If you want to stick with the rules and not get run off by the ranger, you should stop in at Camp Mack BEFORE you access this cache from Pumping Station Rd./322 HST and sign in. I have a bit of history with Camp Mack and so I continued on knowing that I could get myself out of any trouble with the drop of a name. I stopped in at the station afterward to make things right and talked to the ranger. He is more concerned with bikers and hunters than with hikers, but recommended signing in at the camp before-hand until they get a station installed at the south side entrance.

On with the cache... I soon found the tower and quickly located the hide. This seems to be a point of interest among the Scouts and I don't know if this hide will survive the summer. It should be a good test of Scout Integrity none the less. I liked the container. It expressed some concern when I put it back. Something about spiders I think...
T:Support Our Troops Dog Tag 2
L:Loony Toon

Thanks for the beginning of a great adventure!

infoA multi-cache ("multiple") involves two or more locations, the final location being a physical container. There are many variations, but most multi-caches have a hint to find the second cache, and the second cache has hints to the third, and so on. An offset cache (where you go to a location and get hints to the actual cache) is considered a multi-cache.
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