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Black Pearl's Treasure Chest

A cache by Wabaningo_Ranch Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/09/2009
Difficulty:
3 out of 5
Terrain:
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

Hunt for the Treasure
of the Black Pearl


About the Treasure:

You are searching for the stolen treasure chest of the Black Pearl. The three different captains of the ship have tormented the high seas. They have conquered, defeated, and overthrown merchant to military captains. Their victims has surrendered their lives and riches. The curse of the Black Pearl has sickened many. Legend has it that the Black Pearl's Treasure holds a secret to lead to the Treasure at the World’s End! This treasure must be found, along with the Davy Jones Treasure Chest before earning the privilege to pursue the World's End Treasure Chest.

The Captains of the Black Pearl will be watching...



Are ye brave enough?

About the Clues:

This treasure hunt is said to lead you along from sea look-outs, onto elusive trails through the rugged forest to the booty. Cherish your hunt as its dangers may make it your last.

The crew of the Black Pearl will be watching...


You will need to find five clues prior to reaching the treasure’s hiding location.
Legend says the key to the riches of this pirate cannot be found without
the wisdom of a sole cursed Aztec medallion .


The Cursed Aztec Medallion...

Clues to the Treasure~

Stage #1~ svaq ol trggvat qbja naq ybbxvat hc ng gur zntarg

Stage #2~ svaq ol tbvat hc, nebhaq, haqre, naq bire lr’ urnq

Stage #3~ svaq nzvqfg gur ubyybj gerr; teno lbhe jvfqbz

Stage #4~ fghql gur pneivatf naq hfr lbhe pyhr

Stage #5~ svaq nobir lr’ ung; pnershy gevzzvat uvqrf gur zrqnyyvba

Final~ svaq nzvqfg gur ubyybj gerr


Proceed with Caution ...


About the Location:

This series of three six-stage multi-caches are located in Meinert Park in northern Muskegon County along the Lake Michigan shoreline. This park does have posted hours from dawn to 10:00pm. This park does have a county daily $5 fee or $20 annual permit requirement, so we have worked hard to make this a memorable cache series at this scenic location. There is plenty of parking, beach shoreline, play ground, grills, and picnic tables to meet any family’s needs. For those attempting all three multi-caches in one visit, start with Davy Jone's quest first to minimize the walking. Be warned there are some mosquitoes; bring bug spray so you can enjoy the cache. Other than the first couple stages of the Davy Jones series all cache stage are high dry; these first couple stage could get a little mucky in rainy weather. The posted parking coordinates are central to the start of the Davy Jone's and Black Pearl’s Treasure Chests, along with the final of the World’s End Treasure Chest. It would a nice location for grabbing a weekend lunch before moving on to the next two multi-caches. For those interested in camping, follow this link to Meinert Park.

Parking coordinates: N 43° 27.541 W 086° 27.292


First To Find:
FTF congratulations to FarmBoy&theTeacher!


Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gur uvagf sbe rnpu fgntr unir abj orra nqqrq urer: Fgntr #1~ svaq ol trggvat qbja naq ybbxvat hc ng gur qvnzbaq cvengr; Fgntr #2~ svaq ol tbvat hc, nebhaq, haqre, naq bire lr’ urnq; Fgntr #3~ svaq jvfqbz nzvqfg gur ubyybj gerr; Fgntr #4~ fghql gur pneivatf naq hfr lbhe pyhr; Fgntr #5~ svaq nobir lr’ ung; pnershy gevzzvat uvqrf gur zrqnyyvba; Svany~ svaq nzvqfg gur ubyybj, qbja gerr.

Guvf vf zrnag gb or sha, qvssrerag, zbqrengryl punyyratvat, naq zrzbenoyr sbe xvqf bs nyy ntrf. Nzbat nyy guerr zhygv-pnpurf, svsgrra pyhrf naq guerr gernfherf, gurer ner ab pnzb'q ybpx-a-ybpxf, nzzb pnaf, cvyy obggyrf, svyz obggyrf, crapvy obkrf, be tynqjner pbagnvaref. Gur xvqf unq sha urycvat perngr gurfr pyhrf. V ubcr lbh rawbl bhe zbfg perngvir tebhc bs uvqrf. V chg gbtrgure n frevrf bs zhygv-pnpurf gung V naq gur xvqf jbhyq ybir gb qb; V ubcr lbh srry gur fnzr jnl nsgre pbadhrevat gurfr guerr pnpurf. Vs lbh ernyyl ernyyl trg fghpx cubar gjb guerr bar ~ gjb rvtug fvk ~ guerr sbhe frira guerr.

Decryption Key

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

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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