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Nubble Trouble

Hidden : 09/12/2009
1.5 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

A new Nubble Trouble! A new location! A new cache container!

You will not have to step down on the slippery wet rocks to find this one. Enjoy the view, take some postcard photographs and while everyone else is facing the other way, taking their vacation photos, you should be able to retrieve the cache quickly. There is a granite bench conveniently nearby to sit on while you sign your name!

The cache container has been replaced many times. Currently, it is a small cammoed tube with two new replacement log sheets. This unique location is more about the view than the cache container...

Nubble Lighthouse has a fascinating history that can be read here.

You will definitely need to bring your own pen. The cache contains only a log sheet and will not accommodate any trade items.

Reminder: You must sign the log in order to log your find online. It is not acceptable to just "spot" it from a distance! It is not acceptable to say you didn't have a pen or that you were there but couldn't sign the log because someone was sitting near the cache. It's pretty simple... if you have not signed the log sheet provided in the cache container, your online log will be deleted.

Thanks for agreeing to comply with the first and most important Geocaching guideline... signing the physical log!
And PLEASE do not reveal the location of the cache container in your log. There is a hint available for anyone who wants a little extra help. ,br />

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Orgjrra n fznyy ebpx naq n gubeal cynpr.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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