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Team Bullis Tackles 5000

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Hidden : 1/31/2009
Difficulty:
3 out of 5
Terrain:
3 out of 5

Size: Size: other (other)

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Geocache Description:

This cache is to congratulate one of our local cachers. Team Bullis has placed many quality caches in the area.Of those I had the pleasure of finding some and even finding a few of them first. I will get more into that later.


Cache is NOT at posted coords, use those as parking.


TEAM BULLIS

We have had a lot of great experiences hunting for Team Bullis's caches all over New Hampshire. I have even got my share of FTF's during my past year of caching. They are great people and Mini "B" is just so darn cute.

So that is why I am pleased to place this cache in there honor due to their milestone of 5000 finds.

Below are some of Team Bullis's caches of which we have found and a short story regarding each one. Somehow they finish up the coords for this puzzle cache. Weird how that happens.

N 42_______ W 071_______

_ _ / _ ? / _ _ _ _

On 02-19-08 we found
Who Let the Hounds Out

Cache # 124
This one was close by to work and at that time we were just newbies. I'm sure that area must look a lot different now.

On 08-26-08 we found
On Mended Knee

Cache # 1131
This one I saw pop up as a new cache and just downloaded the coords and RAN out the door. To this day I still kick myself because I feel Grampa should of been the rightful FTFer. Sorry Grandpa.

On 08-10-08 we found
4 Wheelin Adventure – Guinea Road Homestead

Cache # 1101
These next two caches were a lot fun since we actually parked right next to them. It was rather muddy and WJ was getting nervous not knowing how deep the puddles were. WJ was doing the driving, that in itself was an adventure.

On 08-10-08 we found
4 Wheelin Adventure – Kimball 1742

Cache # 1100
Same as above, Lot's of fun. Neat place to stop.

On 07-11-08 we found
D3ofus finds D200th1

Cache # 1004
While this cache was being placed Team Bullis was sighted by my son "Eagle Eye". My son was goofing off along the trails with the YJ. When he past this spot he stopped and said hello to the strange man in the middle of nowhere with a GPSr in hand.

On 05-04-08 we found
Tea Anyone?

Cache # 565
In the middle of the afternoon we decided to go and find these even thou they were released first thing in the morning. We spent the morning hunting for a new cache out by Candia, but ended up a wild goose chace. Seems that the coords were entered wrong. So we were very happy to see that all three of these new caches all had blank logs. This one out of the three was my favorite.

On 01-02-09 we found
Antsy Nancy

Cache # 1414
This one we had no idea that it was owned by Team Bullis at the time that we stopped. It was just one that showed up on the radar during our road trip.

On 03-28-08 we found
hmmmm That's a good place for a micro.

Cache # 304
A quicky on a very familiar place that I never actually stopped at. It was a quick find which is always good in high muggle areas.

On 05-04-08 we found
Diego's Maned Wolf Cache - 293 Dogs

Cache # 560
Solved this one when it came out and took off early in the morning as a great start to our 76th straight day of caching. This one was placed really close to our old house. (PS, I also got the other one right down the street as a FTF)

On 05-08-08 we found
Call a Coin Collector, A New Coin is Coming Soon

Cache # 576
Saved the best or should I say the hardest for last. This one went unsolved for a few days when I finally came up with a workable solution. As I was solving it my hands were shaking. I barely was able to key the numbers into geo-checker. When it came out as a "SUCCESS" I just could not function right. So off we went to get the FTF.

Very Important Message

This part is NOT related to solving the puzzle for the coords.

You MUST have "The Secret Code" prior to hunting for this cache in order to sign the log and concider this a legal find. Once you get the "Secret Code" you need to decipher it in order to be able to use it.five
A Paf might be able to help you if you can't figure it out.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[Both] N

[Puzzle] GO jnf gurer.

[Secret Code] Znlor n CUBAR n sevraq jvyy uryc lbh. Or pnershy vg'f n SBHE yrggre jbeq.

[Cache] Abar fubhyq or arrqrq.

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
-------------------------
N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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