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The Tomb of Anubis
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Located in the Old Mountain View District, not far off the beaten path. 48 inches into my own yard, from the street.
Look to the stepstones, to seek the sigil stone. And remember, this is a *stone crypt*.
Tupperware container, with artifacts that may be of interest to geocachers with a sense of mirth.
Note: Best sought during the day, for the clues to be revealed.
Also, for those seeking this cache in the rainy months, here ye be forwarned...there may be dragons about!! (Or at least the cute little salamanders that sometimes like living under the cache container. Please take care not to hurt the little guys).
Erq fgbar, gur arnerfg gb gur fvqrjnyx, guveq bs rvtug. Abg gur pbeare ubhfr! Naq vs gur pelcg fgvyy ryhqrf lbh, gur pbire fgbar gung pbaprnyf vg yvrf orsber gur Fgbar bs Nahovf! Naq lbh znl svaq gung na vafcrpgvba bs gur Fgbar bs Nahovf vgfrys znl ubyq n gernfher be gjb bs vgf bja (ab arrq gb zbir gur Nahovf fgbar, whfg ybbx pybfryl).
- The Cover StoneThe cover stone that conceals the krypt.
- The Stone of AnubisA marker that tells you that you are very close to the krypt.
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:33:27 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:33 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum