The coords above are not for the cache location. They are for 1 of the parking areas. There is also a 2nd parking area which you can use. You will need both sets of these numbers.
You will also need the following sets of numbers.
N -.113 W -.051 & N -.051 W +.030
***YOU COULD DO THIS MATH AT HOME TO SAVE TIME***
Now with your math skills you will need to figure out which math equation goes with which coords to figure out where the cache is located. In otherwards 1 set goes with Parking #1 (which is the corrds listed for this cache) & the other set goes with Parking #2 listed in waypoints.
From your results you should find your way to the cache. When you get close your GPS may bounce alittle. If it does just remember that I dont like slithers so I wouldnt have gone deep into this area. I would have placed the cache closer to the perimiter.
Do keep in mind that there are creatures around so be careful where you step.
This a quiet area & a great place to come to just take a break. If you are also into fishing know that the little pond is kept stocked with bass (so I'm told).
This is my first real challenging puzzel (at least for me) so for all of you puzzel wizards out there let me know what you think. Feel free to email me with any ideas, suggestions (be nice now) or comments etc. Other wise just ENJOY!
***If you take the geo pup dont let them swim in the pond.***
Proud member of the Military Association of GeoCachers
PK2 Gone Fishin' (Parking Area) N 38° 59.154 W 076° 19.330
**Note: This is the second parking area across from Stepingstone Child Care Center.
03 Aug 2014 by
sfcchaz(Finds: 45 Score: 129) (Hidden: 1 Score: 3.5) Open Log:Non-commercial use only
I found this one originally on the Groundspeak site 10/8/2012. I was with DudleyGrunt that day, but he had already logged it previously. Usually I log on both sites the same day, but didn't realise that it was listed on this site. That works out for me because I'm currently working on an alternate GPS games contest and this one will net me some points.
I revisited the site today on the way home and signed the log again. The container is cracked on a couple sides, but the contents are dry, in a nice durable baggie. They are a little musty, but dry. TNLN TFTC
10 Jun 2008 by
mother wolf(Finds: 0 Score: 0) (Hidden: 34 Score: 102.5) Open Log:Personal use only
Quest Master- thank you for being the first to log this that hasnt done it from GC.com.
I'm glad you enjoyed yourself & made the find. MW
09 Jun 2008 by
Quest Master(Finds: 105 Score: 511.5) (Hidden: 45 Score: 210) Open Log:Non-commercial use only
I decided that I had time for a couple more given that it was already too late to avoid rush hour so I took a shot at this one. I enjoyed this pleasant little spot adjacent to so much commerce and industry. My calculated coordinates took me to spot where there was no place for a cache to hide so I looked around nearby where a cache was found about 50 feet from where it was supposed to be. I think I wouldn't have found it at all if I had not gone in to inspect a piece of trash. In addition to conquering yet another navicache, I got to deflower the virgin logbook. Bonus! Thanks for keeping this going! Johnny.