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Can Rabbits Climb Trees??

Hidden : 5/3/2009
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

The first of two caches to be found on our favourite walk near our home town of Witney. It is about 1.5m and is varied but can get a little muddy in the wet season. However it is close enough to the road for a quick cache and dash.

This is our very first cache and De Boyz Jnrs special one. Don't ask me about the title, that was his idea but as he wrote about where it is 'I'm next to a gate, see lots of cars, buses and lorries and have lived here for many, many years'. Is a small official Geocaching click top container in a camo bag.

Closest parking is a little up the road opposite the first turning for North Leigh going away from Witney.

On planting it contained: BRAND NEW Travel Bug - Kung Flu TB (TB2JN35) La Roda dl Tëmp Geocoin (TB1GKQE) FTF Enamelled Badge - for the lucky first finder! (With full bragging rights included!!) A strawberry pendant A face badge A felt tip A flat pen An RAF pilot sticker A cache card A log book and pencil

Many thanks and please enjoy!

FTF CREDITS - SpankyBanksy, well done!

Our thanks go to TheBadgerGang for adopting this cache when we moved away, enjoy! Stucuk & TT.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

N yvggyr byqre naq n yvggyr guvpxre ebhaq gur zvqqyr naq n srj ohzcf gbb - whfg yvxr Qnq!!

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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