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Three Nasty Nanos - Bridge, Cachemas 2007

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Hidden : 12/27/2007
2 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

On the Third Day of Cachemas Pofe released to me,

  • 3 Nasty Nanos
  • 2 Smilin’ Santas
  • and a Micro Pine Tree

Don’t you just hate these things, you know the those teeny tiny little magnetic caches that all too often are stuck on something right out in the open where everyone can see you unless it’s like 1 in the morning when no one is there except for the cops and you end up in the search light’s beam because you look like you are about to jump off the bridge. Well at least they are quick ones. You only need to find one of the three but if you are feeling adventurous have at it and find them all… you will get that special confidence knowing for sure that the clue is the same in all of them . If you do visit all 3 you will see that all have their own challenges and only one has a hint.

This is the third in the series of caches celebrating “The Twelve Days of CACHEMAS”. For each of the 12 days a new cache is released. In addition to the winter friendly fun each cache contains a clue to the coordinates for a final prize cache where we have placed a special gift for you. All the caches in this series are snow friendly and family oriented with terrain and difficulty no more than 2 (or at least a descent spoiler clue for the harder ones). We hope you have as much fun as we did putting this together.


Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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