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You are looking for a small lock 'n' lock box in a camo bag after a walk of about half a mile (or less). The track is a little bumpy and can be muddy after rain, but you could get a buggy to the vicinity of the cache.
First of all you are looking for the inspiration for the name of this cache. When you find it, make a note of the numbers.
The cache is hidden along a bridle path on the other side of the main road. If you don’t want to walk across the road, you could relocate to the layby opposite the junction where you will be handy for the small road that leads to the track.
Follow your nose.
Oh yes, I’d better tell you where you are going! As usual with these things there are some dates. Including turning words into numbers and keeping them in order, you will have 12 digits. Let’s call them A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K and L.
You should find the cache at:
N: 51° (J+K) C . B (E+F) (G+H)
W: 001° I D . (B+L) (A+C) (E+H)
Va gur ovt fghzc.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum