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"Operation Cache Roads" - Targeting speeding, drink caching, caching without a seatbelt and Cacher fatigue.
A NSW CACHING INITIATIVE
At the starting location, you will be in front of an Establishment containing three words - W1, W2 and W3.
For the next stage you will need to work out the following:
For the south
( (W18L)+(W25L)+(W31L) )/40 = x.xxx
Add this to the starting South to get S35 2y.yyy
For the east
( (Total value of ALL letters) + 'p') /100 = a.aaa
Subtract this from the start East to get E149 1b.bbb
For the GZ you need to look for a word that is stamped onto a plate on
For the GZ south
(Total value of the word)x(value of LAST letter) = zzz
Add to the WP1 S fractional
For the GZ east
(Total value of the word)x6 + 'f' = ccc
Add to the WP1 E fractional
The final location is a very, VERY busy place and at "random" times during the day and night you may not be able to access the cache, a micro magnetic. You may need to keep a "low" profile to find this little Officer.
Checksums WP1 S26 E22
GZ S27 E31
Remembering A=1, B=2........
Have you done any of the other caches nearby.........
*** FTF - TEAM DEAN ***
Haqre gur yvtug ng GUR fvta!
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum