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Hidden : 2/27/2008
2.5 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

All of the caches in this mini series are within view of Widecombe church

Widecombe-in-the-Moor is located within the heart of the Dartmoor National Park. The village of Widecombe lies within the beautiful valley of the East Webburn river (stream!). Its name is thought to derive from 'Withy-combe' which means Willow Valley.
The parish population comprises approximately 196 households.
The village is world-famous for its fair which is held annually in September, and which gave rise to the well-known folk song “Widecombe Fair” and the characters of “Uncle Tom Cobley and All”
For such a small village it has a large and splendid church known as “the Cathedral of the Moor”
All the caches can be done a in nice circular walk - PLEASE REHIDE WELL AS PER THE HINT

PLEASE NOTE THAT CURRENTLY THE CACHE IS AN UNUSED SPECIMEN TUBE - although the previous long black-taped thin tube may still be on site - HOPEFULLY A SMALL ANIMAL/THIEF WILL NOT FIND IT - and not anything else

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

GUR PNPUR VF N Fcrpvzra obggyr (hahfrq!)- abguvat ryfr.
Ghpxrq njnl - nabgure "rnfl-fdhrrml"? Cyrnfr rafher vg vf eruvqqra jurer V unir whfg cynprq vg.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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