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Pack 56 - Tigers

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Hidden : 3/28/2010
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

***NOTE*** The CO for this listing moved to Florida in 2010. If someone is willing to adopt it to keep it maintained, I will keep it live. If no one is willing by the end of August 2014, I will archive it. Thanks!

Cache was placed by a leader in Cub Scout Pack 56 in South Minneapolis as a part of the 100 Year Anniversary of Scouting and as part of the BSA's Get in the Game! with Geocaching event. For more information on this event, visit the event webpage here.

This is cache #1 in a three part series celebrating the three leves of Cub Scouts. The Tiger level encompasses the ranks of Tiger and is intended for boys in the 1st grade. The other two caches are Pack 56 - Cubs (GC25GQ5) and Pack 56 - Webelos (GC25GQ8).

Note: Inside each of the three container lids is a word. Collect all three and translate into English to find a very important phrase for Cub Scouts as well as life in general. Good luck!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

[Cache Hint]
Abar ng guvf gvzr

[Phrase Hint]
Jung rire qvpgvbanel be bayvar genafyngbe lbh hfr jvyy nyfb or noyr gb uryc lbh genafyngr "R cyhevohf Hahz" naq "Unornf pbechf"

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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