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Wayfarer's Walk - Deane Church

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Hidden : 08/23/2007
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Geocache Description:

Located just off The Wayfarers Walk.

This cache forms part of the Wayfarer's Walk series, started by Dogastus.
Wayfarer's Walk is a long distance path which starts at Inkpen Beacon, this is also an end point of The Test Way. It is close to the site of Combe Gibbet and follows a meandering route to Emsworth, some 70 miles distant. The path starts in Berkshire, but most of it is in the county of Hampshire. The path runs close to the highest points in both Berkshire and Hampshire as witnessed by the nearby trig points. Parts of the walk can get muddy and deeply rutted whereas other parts are an easier terrain. I hope you enjoy the wonderful views from this scenic path.

Please note that none of the caches require that you climb over fences other than by stiles. Also be aware of any electrified fences.
You are looking for a grave and will obviously find some dates on the headstone.
Treat them as for example: July ab cdef September g hjkm
Then work out the final location and find the cache, which is hidden at N51 1a+(d-f).jee W001 hg.hf(f+m)

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

1. Jvyyvnz Jvgure Oenzfgba Ornpu
2. Ghpxrq va pbeare bs puhepu jnyy

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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