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A cache by Dicko & Little Miss Muggle Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/31/2006
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is dedicated to our good friends Team Crackers and their “Wooden Works” series.
It is situated in a cliff top park with sweeping sea views and a playground facility built by the Rotary club. There are several BBQ’s and sun shelters, and even a Disabled swing that accepts a wheelchair.

You are looking for a 200 Ml Sistema. Please return carefully to prevent the cache becoming visible from the track.

We’ve been coming to this park for many years and every year it seems to get bigger and bigger. The park is big and busy enough that there should be no problems getting the required information.

The initial Coordinates should have you at the top end of the park.

To find the cache you will need to know;

How many pieces of timber are bolted together to make up a swing set? = A,
How many swings (seats) are in the park? (including the yellow disabled swing) = B,
How many sailor's rum barrels are there? = C,
Highest number of rungs on the metal ladders. (Also the most common amount) = D

Cache is at S- 38’ 19.AAC, E- 144’ 19.DBA

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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