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Dori - Eccleshall Ring

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Hidden : 7/25/2010
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DO NOT park on Johnson Lane - do not park on the farmer's nice lawn!
If you are doing the whole ring, best if you start at Óin GC2C773, where you'll find parking for one or two cars.

If you are doing just this one cache on its own, park close by at Eccleshall school - see waypoint.
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Note: June 30 1013: Dori has moved house! Anyone doing a PAF to older visitors will be led astray. Coords and hint have been updated.

“You’ve left the burglar behind again!” said Nori to Dori looking down.
I can’t be always carrying burglars on my back,” said Dori, “down tunnels and up trees! What do you think I am? A porter?”

The Eccleshall Ring is a 2-3 Hour walk south of Eccleshall, based on the 13 Dwarves that accompanied The Hobbit.

ASK Dori: Where's Gandalf?
Collect the numbers from each cache if you want to find Gandalf, a bonus cache also near Eccleshall. Dori's number is on the inside of the lid of the cache container.

Watch out for wolves and wargs here! Classic ambush location...

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Gnxr gur uvtu ebnq jryy orsber TM naq svaq n ubyybj snyyra gerr.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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