This cache can be a stand alone cache or part of the planetary trail that I have created over the years. You will be seeking the marker for the planet Venus. Hope you're paying attention to the fact that this is an offset cache. Create an azimuth by taking the first two numbers on the Venus marker and multiply by three and a half then minus 180. Project a waypoint 380 feet on you result azimuth. The BIT is located there. This is mainly because the planets Mercury, Venus and Earth are to close together to keep Venus directly on the trail. That is how I decided on the name of this cache.
The B&A Trail is a park and is open from dawn to dusk (notice the limited hour attribute).
The B&A Trail is about 14 miles long and paved with asphalt. It parallels MD Route 2 most of its length. There is a connector at the northern end to put you on the BWI Trail which circles BWI Airport. The B&A Trail is a very popular trail for walkers, runners, inline skating and bicycling. I walk/run a portion of it for exercise starting at the Marley Station Mall in Glen Burnie.
Parking is available very near the cache location. Remember to bring a camera or something to write with.
You must physically visit this location to take credit for this cache.
The confimation code is at the bottom of the bit cache itself. It may be easier to take a photo of it. Please do not try to remove it. Thanks!
5 srrg hc ba erne bs prqne arne TE
5 feet up on rear of cedar near GR