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Three the hard way

A cache by Osiris67 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/27/2008
1.5 out of 5
3.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

*********A typo was made on the coords for the Final Stage last time we did maintenance. Please note that the North coord should be instead of We will correct on our next trip out there.

The terrain varies on this cache from 1.5 to 3.5. There are a few steep climbs, but they aren't too long.

This is a three stage multi-cache on the Stone Trough Trail at Cedar Creek State Park. The trail begins and ends at campsite 11. Take the trail to the left that follows the road to campsite 33; at that point you will go into the woods. The trail is well marked with red blazes changing to ble. You may begin by going either way, but if you start by going up the creek from campsite 11 you'll do some back-tracking.

Trail maps are available at the park office or the campground registration office.

***07/17/11 *** The trail has been recently reblazed and is now quite easy to follow.

The first 2 stages are prescription drug bottles with coordinates, the last is a large ammo can.

Original contents:
For the FTF - FTF pin and $5 Oakbucks coin

rubber ball, jump rope, Mr. Potato Head, geocaching pin, yo-yo, Pipestem keychain, geocaching patch, first aid kit, fishing lure, other assorted swag.

Thanks to the WVSP and the DNR for the quick approval of this placement.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[Spoilers included]
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Fgntr gjb - Qba'g yrg guvf bar FGHZC lbh, vg'f n FANC
Fgntr guerr - Oruvaq gur ebpx ba gur uvyy

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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