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by ScouterMark
(Finds: 60  Score: 255)    (Hidden: 9  Score: 25.5)

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Coordinates (WGS-84 datum)
N 43° 00.000'   W 078° 00.000'
Le Roy,   New York   14482
United States    Near By Caches

Hidden On: 18 Oct 2004
Waypoint (Landmark): N01589
Open Cache:  Non-commercial use only
Cache type:  Normal
Cache size:   Normal

Difficulty: gps (easy)
Terrain: gps (easy)

Misc: No drinking water! No restrooms (water closets) available Disabled access. Pets are allowed. Parking is a challenge. No fees!

Comments:
Easy, easy, easy

Maps are queued for generation.
Additional maps for this cache available at: topozone.com logo    mapquest.com logo

This also might deserve the title “GPS Waypoints for Dummies”. If you’re new to Geocaching and you just tore the shrink wrap off your first GPSr, this is the cache for you.
The coords will take you to a cairn of rocks that reveals the actual location of the cache. Please be VERY careful so as not to look suspicious. On the day I hid this cache, I took a big clear plastic garbage bag with me so it looked like I was (primarily) picking up trash in the area (I actually was).The cache container is a transparent green Nalgene bottle. The mouth of the bottle is only two inches in diameter so it limits the size of trade items. Just remember to think small.

This location has been documented as part of the "Degree Confluence Project". Visit www.confluence.org for more info.

I stumbled across these coords while exploring my new TopoUSA program. This is truly a unique spot for the area. I’m not sure if even the nearby landowners are aware of the “significance” of it. Enjoy.

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I found it! 02 Aug 2008 by  WhiteUrkel  (Finds: 171  Score: 632)    (Hidden: 40  Score: 156)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

Logging like a year later, never noticed it posted over here. Found the final no problem, and traded for some small trinkets for my then 8 yr. old. TFTC.

I couldn 28 Jun 2008 by  mickemt  (Finds: 172  Score: 590.5)    (Hidden: 71  Score: 266)
    Open Log:  Unrestricted

Second time wasn't a charm for me.

I found it! 30 Jun 2007 by  Paleoman  (Finds: 95  Score: 428)    (Hidden: 14  Score: 60)
    Open Log:  Personal use only

I can finally get this one off my DNF list. I tried this last year and felt a little nervous hanging around the confluence point, so I gave up at that time. Today I was coming down this road from the opposite direction and I remembered reading others logs about finding a spot that looked like a good place to hide a cache. So with this thought in mind I kept my eye out for a good hiding place as I approached the first leg. Sure enough I spotted a perfect place to hide a cache and stopped my truck to check it out. I couldn't believe I had found it. I signed the log and put the cache back into its hiding place. I did check out the confluence point again on my way by. Very cool location! Thanks for the interesting and educational cache. -Paleoman52-

I couldn 29 Sept 2006 by  mickemt  (Finds: 172  Score: 590.5)    (Hidden: 71  Score: 266)
    Open Log:  Unrestricted

Are you sure this is on public property?

I found it! 11 Mar 2006 by  HuckleBuckle  (Finds: 77  Score: 273.5)    (Hidden: 67  Score: 223.5)
    Open Log:  Non-commercial use only

An oddity indeed. Places like the first leg's location make me feel uneasy searching, though. Thanks for the cache.

HB


 

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