Speaking in Ancient Tongues

LOCATION:  Chester County, PA

CHALLENGE:  3 stars

DATE/NUMBER:  10-Dec-2000/29

MAP: 

Tokiarentik non lehen, bigarren, eta zazpigarren estatuak elkartzen dira, mila zortziehun eta irurogeita bost oin irurogeita hamasei gradutarantz marra lauan zulo arrokatsua aurkituko da. Edo, bi mila bostehun eta laurogei oin berrehun laurogeita hamazazpi gradutarantz Pennsylvaniaren kantoi hego-ekialdearentik zulo arrokatsu bera aurkituko da. Zuloaren erdiatik, hogei urrats hirurehun eta hamazazpi gradutarantz zuhaitzaren sustraiara joango da.

NOTE 1:  Substantial off-trail walking may be involved, depending on route choice.

NOTE 2:  Be wary of snakes and other wildlife when reaching into dark places. No need to dig for this box. All bearings magnetic unless otherwise noted. A pace is a long stride counted on a footfall of either foot, i.e. two paces are counted each time the right foot hits the ground. Be aware of if or when there is game hunting in the area.

NOTE 3:  Please re-hide the thing well just as you found it

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