Ol' Ned's Mexican Beer

LOCATION:  Southeastern PA

CHALLENGE:  3 stars

DATE/NUMBER:  22-Dec-2002/66

MAP:  From Nt double back to the X and find the (FR/T/P) at 280 degrees. At the Y bear right ignoring the (FR/T/P) to the left, then at the four way take "SS" to the right, continue on that (FR/T/P) for a while, then at the Y take the (FR/T/P) to the left. Go right at the next (FR/T/P), doing a double take at PP on left. Continue, ignoring the (FR/T/P) coming in on the right, then ignoring the (FR/T/P) you cross. Go left on the road at the base of the stairs, then left at the (in a sense) double O double D. Ignore one then the next (FR/T/P) coming in on the left, eventually making a left then a quick right at the double keystone. Follow this new (FR/T/P), eventually taking a left at the Y. Continue straight, ignoring the many distracting (FR/T/P)s, including the one with the double crosses, to the double benches. From there, its XxX paces to the double double double, then XX paces at 305 degrees to a tall pine tree and its west side base nook.

Now, head into the mid sized town with an oriental folly, and enjoy a Corona with Sam. You've earned it!

NOTE 1:  Off-trail walking is involved.

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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