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cache type Unfinished Business cache size

by HartClimbs
(Finds: 0   Score: 0)   (Hidden: 12   Score: 48.5)

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Coordinates ( WGS-84 datum )
N 40° 45.283'   W 074° 22.903'
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Florham Park ,    New Jersey    07932
United States    Near By Caches

Hidden On: 24 Oct 2003
Waypoint (Landmark): N00B3E
Open Cache:    Personal use only
Cache type:    Multi-Part
Cache size:    Normal

Difficulty:   gps gps (easy)
Terrain:   gps gps half gps (moderate)
Misc: No restrooms (water closets) available Pets are allowed. No fees!

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Relatively easy multi-stage cache in an interesting area. Enjoy seeing your tax dollars at work!


NOTE: There is NO need to access any active roadways or otherwise put yourself in any danger from moving traffic. If you are in the vicinity of moving vehicles - you are in the WRONG place. Do NOT walk on or otherwise access RT24 in this area. It is a busy highway and is not for pedestrians. Do not park on RT24 either and try to dash-and-grab this cache. Park legally, find the way in - and enjoy the hike. There is no need to trespass on private property.
Ok - that said, this is a great cache to bring children along for - they'll enjoy the scenery and the hike can be done on fairly easy trails (did I mention to stay OFF Rt 24?).

Each stage is this cache except for the final stage uses something that was already in the environment. Final stage is an ammo box. On your way, be on the lookout for posts, flagpoles, signs, curbs, or other details that will help you move along to the final cache location. I hope you enjoy exploring this area - as I explored I couldn't help but wonder what the builders of this site were thinking.

As you start - head to the coordinates above and look for a green square to stand on. Standing on the square, look through the fence to see a small concrete platform with several circular holes. Count the total number of holes on the platform, as well as the number of bolts in place. Look down at your feet - count the number of letters on the square.
aa= # of holes, b = # bolts, c=# of letters.

Your next location is at 40.45.(a+b)29 74 22.aa9

The second site is clearly marked. You are advised to call 1-800-dde-f475.

Your next location is at 40.45.(d-b)94 74.22.fd6

Again, clearly marked. You'll see JC29f FPB N-14-g

Your next location is 40.45.3f7 74.23.gg4

I'd stick with beige here - it's very fashionable and considered the new 'black' for geocaching. Always fashionable.

Call Collect: 609-chi-jk00 or 800-m3n-pp94

If you head off to 40.45.mnm 74.23.hjm and you'll be home free.

Hope you enjoy the tour - smart seekers will stick to the trails. If you're up to your elbows in muck and swamp - you've chosen poorly. Final cache should be a very easy find.

Feel free to email if you want to confirm coordinates or provide feedback outside the logs. Please don't post spoilers or anything that would allow someone to shortcut the hunt. Thanks!





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I found it! 02 Jan 2011 by  OLD NAVY   (Finds: 1   Score: 4.5)   (Hidden: 0   Score: 0)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
I found this cache a lond time ago while Geocaching, an excellent multi stage cache in a very interesting area. TFTH Old Navy
I found it! 05 Nov 2005 by  macguyeric   (Finds: 1   Score: 4.5)   (Hidden: 0   Score: 0)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
Came out this way with a Scooter82. I suggested we might see if there was a cache in the area, so he could get his feet wet. Who knew how right I would be!
Due to inadequate footwear, this took longer than it should have. This kinda reminds me of a cache on Staten Island called "Serpentine".

Scooter took jacks for his little sister, and I left a mini travel hand sanitizer.
I found it! 28 Oct 2003 by  BassoonPilot   (Finds: 53   Score: 181.5)   (Hidden: 7   Score: 27.5)
     Open Log:    Personal use only
FTF, Found on 10/28/03 and other dates. Thanks for the fun.
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