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A Bowl of Ice Cream and a Sheep

A cache by Black Hand Banditos Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 04/23/2009
2 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   not chosen (not chosen)

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Geocache Description:

The posted coordinates are bogus. A geocache is not located there. But Lake, man, you might Vine some black Walnut ice scream there. What?! What'd I say?

El bandito was on pins and needles. He really wanted to get some ice cream, but la bandita was (as usual) taking forever to get ready.

“Please hurry, bandita! Our ice cream is getting warm, and we have to stop along the way to pick up that new cache that is only a few miles away from being right on the way to the ice cream store!”

Bandita finished brushing her hair and frantically spun around the room looking for her wallet and car keys. Finally, she was ready, and they hopped into the banditomobile. After sticking their hands into a prickly evergreen and signing a logbook, they arrived at the ice creamery.

El bandito ordered chocolate.
La bandita ordered pistachio.
The total was $5.12.
El bandito had a five-dollar bill and a twenty-dollar bill.

“Ai, bandita, do you have any spare change? I do not want to break this twenty!”

As la bandita dug through the lint, candy wrappers, and partially used store-brand facial tissues in her pocket, eight other customers ordered their ice cream. Handing a dime and a nickel to el bandito, she couldn’t help but think of a puzzle:

You can check your answers for this enigma on here.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[The sheep is just a running bandito gag. He has nothing to do with the puzzle. But he's cute.]

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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