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Millennium Boulder Trail-Boulder V,Weston Jones

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Hidden : 5/25/2010
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

The cache is a regular 4 clip click lock box in a camo bag. This cache is one of a series of caches around the village of Norbury.
Each cache can be discovered as a drive by as they are all near to roads, or they can be done as part of the Millennium Boulder Trail walk which is about 7 miles. None of the caches is very far from each boulder. The Boulder Trail is a pleasant walk over fields, tracks, some lanes and a canal towpath.

The Millennium Boulder Trail was started by the Norbury Local History Group to celebrate the year AD 2000.
In Norbury and the surrounding areas, glacial boulders can be found. Some of these boulders have been rescued, and been re-sited.
Five of these have been erected, one in each of the five settlements that make up the Parish of Norbury. Each boulder is inscribed with its number and the letters MM, and carries a bronze plaque.
If you decide on the walk, parking is available at the Norbury Village Hall.

The full list of caches in the series is:
1) Millennium Boulder Trail Boulder I – Norbury, OS 783235
2) Millennium Boulder Trail Boulder II – Oulton, OS 786224
3) Millennium Boulder Trail Boulder III – Norbury Junction, OS 794228
4) Millennium Boulder Trail Boulder IV – Loynton , OS 780243 and
5) Millennium Boulder Trail Boulder V Weston Jones. OS 761240

Boulder V at Weston Jones came from the same “graveyard” as the one at Norbury Junction. It too had been struck by a sub soiler plough to be retrieved and erected at Weston Jones.It is the smallest of the five boulders.
It stands next to the old smithy which has been here since the 1850’s. It was in use until the 1940’s worked by Ernest Felton who had been there for more than twenty years. Take the trouble to look closely at the door try to work out what the stamps and names are for?

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Ab.5 pnpur, abg qvssvphyg ng nyy,
Onfr bs gerr, gur sbetr yrsg unaq jnyy.

Decryption Key

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

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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