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A small, metallic, green waterproof container holds a pencil and log. This cache requires basic rock-climbing skills as it is on top of Liberty Bell near Washington Pass. The cache is slightly east of the peak underneath a small ledge near a clump of grass. Please be careful and practice good climbing safety when going after this cache. *Please Note: Hint is a spoiler*
The first word in the cache name was coined by Buckminister Fuller to describe the working together of compressional and tensional forces. This balance between pushing and pulling is necessary for many things, including good health, freedom, and climbing Liberty Bell.
Gur pnpur vf abj n fznyy, fgnvayrff fgrry pbagnvare haqrearngu n fznyy ebpx oruvaq n whavcre gerr ba gur fbhgurnfgrea fvqr bs gur fhzzvg. Zber fcrpvsvpnyyl: Jura lbh znxr vg gb gur fhzzvg ivn gur Orpxrl Ebhgr, ybbx gbjneq gur gehr fhzzvg, ghea evtug naq jnyx qbja n fznyy cngu. Gur gerr jvyy or qverpgyl gb lbhe evtug."
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