In New York, United States
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The cache is not at the posted coordinates. Solve the puzzle.
We think the puzzle is difficult but the hide is meant to be easy.
You are looking for a small cache "rock" on the ground in a tree "cavity" -- it is in a tree standing by itself. As always, stealth is a must - please replace "deeply" and use the rock as a wedge. It is harmlessly placed within a tree of no particular note. At the time it was placed the area had fences nearby but there was no problem approaching GZ
On average we are in NYC every 6 weeks or so (8 to 10 times per year) and we believe that we can deal with cache issues on a prompt basis - please report any issues with the cache to the CO so that we can deal with them promptly.
Although this puzzle does not involve mathematics, you will have to figure out what to do with these numbers to obtain the coordinates.
It would be ironic if we invented a new type of puzzle. Although we don’t think that we have. We have hidden clues on this page. They are obscure but they include some of our favorite ways of hiding information.
You can check your answers for this puzzle on Geochecker.com.
Congratulations to addisonbr for FTF!
Bofpher pyhr: Gur anzr zvtug unir lbh zvkrq-hc (trg na ntrag)... qba’g bire guvax... tb bire inyhrf
Pbashfvat Pyhr: Erq ahzoref va gur qrfpevcgvba jvyy erirny n pyhr.
Pelcgvp pyhr: Abg fher jurer gb fgneg? Fync n gra. Gura ybbx jvguva.
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:54:34 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:54 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum