N 35° 09.470' W 80° 45.138' (WGS84)
Coordinates in Other Systems
Location: United States > North Carolina
Cache Type: Unknown type
Status: Ready for Search
Date Hidden: 05 May 2014
Date Created: 05 May 2014
Last Modified: 06 May 2014
Parking is best at the dead end of this road with a short walk to the site.
Once at the site you will quickly find a container with various implements. The Cache itself is within 10' of this small container. Once you have found it, use any of the contents needed from the first container to construct a simple device to retreive the log. Please DO NOT REMOVE THE CACHE CONTAINER FROM ITS LOCATION. You should be able to construct a tool that will do the job of obtaining the log with little effort.
Once you have completed the task of signing and returning the log, please disassemble what you made and replace the first container.
Thanks to Therapaint for the recycled container.
14 January 2015 TermiteHunter Comment
As another local cacher often states in his cache page...
A good cacher brings his own tools.
13 January 2015 gbmcache Found it
31 August 2014 DudleyGrunt Found it
Was down from Maryland with sfcchaz for a (mostly) alt-caching run thru Charlotte. This was day two, after a surprisingly well attended 0630 (AKA o'dark thirty) event at Krispy Kreme (maybe that explains it).
This was very fun and well done! Giving it a Recommendation and Excellent rating.
Thanks and Happy Trails!
31 August 2014 sfcchaz Found it
DudleyGrunt and I came down to North Carolina to seek some OCNA caches. They are many, many OCNA caches in the Charlotte area and we wanted to seek them during the current contest going on the OCNA site.
Today I found 45 OCNA cahes, 5 Groundspeak caches, 1 GPSgames.org cache , 1 Opencaching.com cache and several possible Terracaching.com locationless caches.
Thiswas definately the best cache of our trip here. We had great fun with this one and it was very well put together. I'm giving it a recommendation. TFTC
25 May 2014 yamiyugi00 Found it
Had a great time with themulcher and Goin' PostNet finding this creative cache this afternoon. After finding the initial container, we had somewhat of a tough time finding the final location. Themulcher finally spotted it and we had a pretty quick time of creating the device and extracting the final container.
What a great cache! I loved it! Thanks for placing, TH!