From:
Jim Pate <pate@norcross.rms.slb.com>
Sent: 8/28/2000 5:06:27 AM
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Re: [gpsstash] Digest Number 70


At 01:18 PM 8/27/00 +0000, you wrote:
>Message: 1
> Date: Sat, 26 Aug 2000 20:02:17 -0000
> From: "Jim Gooch"
>Subject: Re: Another Georgia (USA) geocache
>
>I just got back from searching for this one.
>It's in an interesting area, BUT it appears to be gone!
>I did find a cord. When I pulled it up, there were only
>knots down underwater. I saw no other cord.
>I felt like Indiana Jones on the rusted bridge with the
>decomposing planking. I'm glad I don't weigh 300 lbs.!
>Watch out for the hornets nest up in the girders.

>> Georgia has another Geocache.
>> It's a really easy one. A '1' on the rating scale.
>> N33'53.836 W83'45.460
>> The only hints are:
>> "If you start searching from a paved road, then you will have to
>actually
>> step over the stash before you can find it".
>>
>> The stash is secured with a cord and it's up to the finder to
>discover the
>> anchor point.
>> http://www.geocities.com/cavefrog.rm/index.html

Nope... It's still there and well above any possible flooding :)
I may have to go back and make it a bit more visible though.
And no, it's not an underwater stash....