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777 Coot Caches on a hybrid mule

A cache by Isisfan Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 6/5/2008
2.5 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:


Letterboxing is said to have originated in England in 1854 with a calling card in a bottle at Cranmoor Pool. But it was the April, 1998 article in Smithsonian magazine that popularized it outside of the UK.

I set this cache as a letterbox hybrid because Lady Coot fancies herself a modern-day letter-boxer. Lady Coot will need all of her fly swattin’ and yarn-spinnin’ skills fer this 'un! She often uses her magical banjo, diving rod, and plumb-bob to find caches. You will need a gpsr.

Bushwhacking is unnecessary- just follow directions. This cache is set in Flying J park. If you park at the lower lot (the lot closer to the Yellow Barn across the highway), then walk up the trail, you will encounter geocache number GC142YM (Flying patch & pin). You will also see some large power lines, and a fence for the park boundary up the hill to the left, From here, take the path to the south that parallels the park boundary. Cache has a special stamp, and crayons in case the stamp does not work…um… if it’s freezing in June, like today.

A geocaching bracelet included in the loot. You are looking fro a black ammo box that one was red. Have Fun!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

pnzbrq ng onfr bs cvar

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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