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Hunter's Treasure, geocaching treasure hunt.
This cache is hidden in the "Joan Hunter Indigenous Park" on the outskirts of Kempton Park, and is a protected area.
|Way Point 1 has washed away. We are in the process of re-creating the map (in a simpler form), and will be in place end January 2011
March 2012 - Update: The park is being reconstructed. We will re-create the map with the new dams and rivers once completed.
For now the hint for waypoint 2 (the final) has been updated to be descriptive enough to find it, and is at the top end of the park
The cache has two parts.
Part 1 where the map must be found at the given co-ordinates. Some measuring is then required, with the 30 cm ruler that you must please bring along.
Part 2 is then going to the cross point location, and finding the actual cache. As there are many flats around, please try and be inconspicuous, as many muggles from the flats could be looking on.
1. Please do not draw on the map in the cache.
2. In close proximity to the final cache there is a bee-hive. Please be careful if you are allergic to bees. They did not bother us while scouting for a spot, nor bothered us placing the cache.
1. Measure a 16 cm line from the spot where you found the cache, to the western yellow triangle point on the compass.
2. From this point, measure 26 cm to the center of the right pupil of the scull.
3. Create a line, from this point to the X on the koppie.
1. Measure a line from the eastern lamp pole in the open area to the cross next to the scull.
Where the two lines cross is the treasure.
Due to some cachers battling to find the container at waypoint 1, I have increased the difficulty of the cache to 3. Also the hint for waypoint 2 has been updated.
Cbvag1: Haqre gur oevqtr, ba gur abegu-rnfgrea fvqr.
Cbvag2: Nobhg 5 zrgref abegu-jrfg sebz gur orr-uvir, haqre n fznyy bireunat, ng gur jngre fbhepr.